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    Yeah, yeah, yeah....stupid topic. So what?

    N. x hookeriana


    N. thorelii x ventricosa. Should wipe her mouth once in a while


    N. globosa "green"


    N. veitchii "lowland" and neighbor - alata x NoID.


    Pounded by the sun: N. khasiana x mixta



    N. thorelii x bellii - the first pitcher!


    N. tobaica x ampullaria

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    wait...is N. Viking now known as Globosa? i heard they were going to change the name to that. did they alredy? nice plants!
    alex
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    either way its preaty cool looking great pictures

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    Great looking plants! At least you didn't say, "Live.. fron New York... it's Saturday Night Live.."

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ June 20 2006,8:43)]Great looking plants! At least you didn't say, "Live.. fron New York... it's Saturday Night Live.."
    well duh!....its Tuesday!
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    Very nice plants--I especially liked the N. x hookeriana.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ June 20 2006,2:01)]wait...is N. Viking now known as Globosa? i heard they were going to change the name to that. did they alredy? nice plants!
    alex
    They have, indeed. More precisely, the Lean Mean Taxonomy Machine, Kurata-san, has. And while we're at it, ampullaria "tricolor" has also officially been renamed, it's now called "harlequin".

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    Sweet
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