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Thread: Nepenthes DUBIA : Experiences and Photos?

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    Hello to everyone!
    Well...having a Nepenthes dubia at home is not so common,so, if you have one in your cultivation list don't esitate to put questions, telling your experiences and to post some photos! I have a Nepenthes dubia since September and it is growing fine, even a bit slowly!
    I will post some pictures in the next days!
    Let me know about you all!
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    Mine's a bit of a sorry story, I'm afraid. The seedling I've been growing suffered from what I think was a mite infestation and it's main growth point was stunted and eventually died. Although I couldn't see any mites (even with a lens) I treated it with a miticide and it seemed to pick up a bit. Eventually it put out a side shoot and things are now looking much more hopeful [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img].



    I treat it as I do my rajah, lowii, ephippiata etc, and apart from the mite episode it seems happy enough.
    Cheers,
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    I would say it seems VERY happy! Congratulations on saving its life and great job cultivating it.

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    Here's mine, just a pup still. It grows happily with the other highlanders in typical highland conditions in my grow room.

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    Tonyc,
    I have very much appreciated your posting and your photo.
    A lot of people are reading this topic but without answering because people who cultivate Nepenthes dubia are very few.It is not a common plant! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
    Mine as you can see the 2 photos, is very little but is growing fine since I had it ( 19 September 2005 ).
    It is slowly developing pitchers in more than one leaf as you can notice.
    Capslock,
    I am really curious to discover how my Dubia will become in the future.Like your colour of Tonyc's ones. I honestly hope in last one.
    Actually my dubia is this :


    Of course I want a Nepentes dubia like this one photgraphed by Wistuba :


    Let's hope and continue keep cultivating the plant.
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    i wanna get one but i dont know... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_l_32.gif[/img]
    \"Nepenthes, the Devil's Cup\" - Santos
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    Hi all:

    N. dubia is definitely not a beginner's plant nor is its cousin N. inermis. It loves cold nights and does not like too much heat IMO

    Gus

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (agustinfranco @ Dec. 14 2005,1:03)]N. dubia is definitely not a beginner's plant nor is its cousin N. inermis. It loves cold nights and does not like too much heat IMO

    Gus
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    who exactly are you talking about?
    \"Nepenthes, the Devil's Cup\" - Santos
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