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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    Hiya Jeff, nice to see you around! Gotta love your photos, always a treat to see them!

    How do you find a safe place to sleep from your N. macrophylla? How large is that?

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    Very nice N. Veitchii, Jeff!!!

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    Thanks all, for your kind words. It is always a pleasure to share a few images with such an appreciative audience.

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    Quote[/b] ]About the ramispina, am I wrong to say it looks like the nat hybrid with macfarlanei?
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    Quote[/b] ]The N. ramispina looks like the Wistuba plants I got a few years back. Appears to me a hybrid as well. The MT and BE plants I have flair noticeably at the top of the pitcher and have a clear mint green pitcher interior.
    You folks are probably right about this. I've wondered myself. The plant in the image was acquired from Germany about eleven years ago.

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    Quote[/b] ]Very nice, I think I'm going to steal that muluensis pic to use as a desktop
    I would be honored!

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    Quote[/b] ]How do you find a safe place to sleep from your N. macrophylla? How large is that?
    I keep it behind a locked door! That plant is several years old, and the pitcher shown is in the 17 to 18 cm range. It's one of my favorite plants.

    I'll see if I cannot scare up a few more images sometime soon. In particular, N. merrillana is looking good of late....

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    Great pictures and plants Jeff. I take it for granted that your plants look awesome but I'm particularly impressed at the photos. The white background and relatively soft lighting works really well. Is that just natural light or did you do something special to illuminate them?

    Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Great pictures and plants Jeff. I take it for granted that your plants look awesome but I'm particularly impressed at the photos. The white background and relatively soft lighting works really well. Is that just natural light or did you do something special to illuminate them?
    Hi Rich,

    Thanks! To produce the images I simply used a ring flash in conjunction with my digital camera. The background is a commercially available product. I'm glad that you like the results!

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    Hello Neps!!!
    I really need information how to let pitcher the Nepenthes Muluensis Purple!
    Mine simply refuses! I keep it in the terrarium during bad season and outside now in warm season without direct sun. I have read on some Sites online that she likes only light.
    In my terrarium I have lots of Nepenthes, but only muluensis purple and ovata refuses to pitcher even it grows nicely!
    Check the picture!
    I keep the plant with 4 neons of 30 Watt each at 50 cm distance. Ouside now without direct sun light but with good ambience light.
    Please tell me something more about this plant.What do have notices that she needs really in order to begin to pitcher? My humidity levels are between 60% and 80% in the night with neon OFF.
    Let me know,thanks!
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    Hi Mr. Aga,

    Can you tell me, please, the approximate range of the temperature regime these species experience in your care? My immediate suspicion is that you may be keeping them too warm....

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    Neps those are some fantastic pictures! Your plants and phot skills are simply AWESOME. Thanks for sharing those plants with us. I for one am still relatively new to Nepenthes and some of your photos have shown me some very interesting plants I wouldn't mind owning in the future. Thanks again.
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