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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (srduggins @ Mar. 22 2006,9:13)]Does it have thin pitcher walls?
    Yes they are quite thin. That does look the same. Where does your plant come from?

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    I just got it fairly recently from EP via Tony P.
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    I have spectabilis x spathulata also, and it was my first that that the pictured plant was this hybrid. I agree that the first plant is most likely a truncata hybrid. The third could be any one of about 4 that I can think of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (SydneyNeps @ Mar. 23 2006,4:10)]I agree that the first plant is most likely a truncata hybrid.
    SydneyNeps, it sure looks alot like your alata-striped x truncata, on your hybrids page! Can I add the photo here for comparison?




    By the way, check this out.

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    wow looks great too!
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    This is what your Spec x Spath is going to look like in a few years:
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    It does indeed look like alata x truncata, it's a bit different from my alata-striped x truncata, but this hybrid has been made several times using different forms of alata.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Stanhopea @ Mar. 28 2006,3:08)]This is what your Spec x Spath is going to look like in a few years:
    Thanks for the great photo! I hope mine does that some day.

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