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Thread: Nepenthes inermis or dubia!?

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    i doubt it is N. dubia but if it is you are one dang lucky fool! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] i have only seen N. inermis with a green persimtone and it was also flattened. yours looks raised a bit. it the pitcher fluid thick? thats one thing about inermis. thick pitcher fluid. but could that trait be passed on?
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    Yes the possibility of owning a dubia is very minimal [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]. I will control the thickness of the fluid. Now I have the whole pitchers filled with snail soup, I feeded them [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

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    Federico,
    I am living this situation also like you,even I did not know about the past episodes for the Nepenthes Inermis.If someone COULD WRITE ME IN PRIVAT to tell me the Past story it would be nice.
    I will post now here the progresses of my Nepenthes Inermis bought from Wistuba.
    In the first pic it was on 21 Sept 2005 when I just put her into terraium:


    This photo was taken TODAY 2 Febbruary 2005 :


    And this is a detailed view of the last pitcher :


    So..let me know what you think about.
    Now since to the EEE of Praga I was not only person to have bough one inermis, here are two pictures of the one of my friend Daniele.
    This is his plant from the top :

    And this a photo of its last pitcher:



    Now try all yourself your conclusions!
    I have also a question for myself : who has an inermis...how much leafes must grow or which high it must reach in order to develope upper pitchers or at least the first intermediate pitchers?
    Thanks very much for all your posts!

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    Yes we have got the same identical clone, the one in peat and sand. But yours has less coloured pitchers

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    Mr Aga, here is my inermis next to a 300mm/1ft rule:



    It's latest pitcher is very nearly an upper



    and it's just making a basal.



    It's the BE plant, bought in March '04 when it was 75mm/3in across.
    Cheers,
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    Wow TonyC!
    Super! At leastI have an idea when I will have to espect some nice intermediate pictures!
    Looking at mine do you think that I have to wait much time?
    From what high your plant begun to develope more adult pictures?
    Great! Post more history all of you if you have!
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    Wow...finally something seems to change for my inermis!
    The last pitcher seems to be not anymore like the last ones... :





    It is a beauty or not?
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    Hi,

    Are those leaves slightly peltate or is it the the magnification? N.inermis x ?

    Simon

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