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    Here is an older EP cross of N. ventricosa squat x sibuyanensis. *This is a red peristome form.

    A pink form of the same hybrid.

    A rare cross of N. sibuyanensis x (spectabilis x sumatrana) *This has got to be one of my favorite sib crosses to date!






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    N. thorelii x sibuyanensis this is a pink form of this hybrid

    another beautiful hybrid involves N. rafflesiana dark with sibuyanensis.
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    and N. sibuyanensis x truncata squat[img]
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    N. sibuyanensis is a beauty when combined with other characteristics of other species.

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    very nice,,,
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    GHASP! i thought N.sibs were pretty boring looking...but now i see its hybrids!!!! i love the sib x ventricosa and the Raff x sib....BREATH TAKING!
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    Beautiful, well grown plants, Michael. Thanks for sharing.
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    Great pictures as usual! Wow, the N. rafflesiana dark x sibuyanensis is incredible! I wish they were still available. I'm looking for something that looks like a raff that will grow in highland conditions. Maybe I'll just get a raff?

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    Awesome Mike! Just awesome!

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    Very impressive pictures! I'm glad to see my sib fill out, and it makes me look forward to the future even more after seeing these pics. Very cool hybrids!
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