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    Hi,
    I was just wondering if x Ventratas have upper pitchers. And also on a developing pitcher there is a small hole on the stem right before the pitcher. Is this natural? Is it dying? Pests? Please help so it dosent happen to my other ones!
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    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ Nov. 12 2005,9:01)]...I was just wondering if x Ventratas have upper pitchers...
    look at the avitar. i think thats how they look like
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    Oh... I thought those were lower ones haha. Oh well. anyways what about the small hole?
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    Ventrata uppers (if you have the form with dark red lowers) are a bronzy color. Check out the N. x ventrata profile on my website!

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    But what about the hole!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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