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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Tony Paroubek @ July 24 2006,2:41)]They look nice. Curious on the N. sanguinea. Did you get it from a nursery labelled such? Doesn't look like N. sanguinea to me. The leaf shape is all wrong.

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    well, i was told it was either sanguinea, or fusca. sorry for the confusion but the picture is still being identified

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    Nice plants.
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    Petiole is correct Jorick. N. sanguinea doesn't have a defined petiole. The leaves are strap like.


    I saw your thread in the ID area... Doesn't look like N. fusca at least the typical kind..

    Why not just email the photos to the company and see what they say?

    At this point my best guess would guess some sort of N. maxima or maxima hybrid? I wouldn't venture to stick a tag on it though until it is much older or the company can give a positive ID.

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    I would wait for it to grow out, as I have a N. sanguinea that looks very similar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (nepenthes_ak @ July 27 2006,11:16)]I would wait for it to grow out, as I have a N. sanguinea that looks very similar.
    yea thats what i am going to do

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