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    Hello,

    here some Pictures from my Nepenthes dubia.

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    I am growing Nepenthes dubia with summer temperatures of 28-32 C and 25-28 C in winter.
    Nights temperatures are between 18 and 20 C in summer and 10-15 C in winter.

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    Without any doubt this is the plant that uses to steal my heart! Dubia actually is so rare in cultivation and also so nice!
    It is similar to inermis but, from my point of view , more beautyfull!
    I hope that mine will also become like this in some years.
    Incredible how it starts to pitcher soon!
    Nice plant! Continue in this way!

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    Thank you for sharing pictures with us and welcome to TF!

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    Nice photography as well!

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    That plant definitely looks like N. inermis, although I've never heard of it before. Very cool though! And welcome to the forums

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    Yes, dubia is very similar to inermis but a little more difficult and it seems to have more predominance of red color. I love this Nepenthes!

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