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Thread: Is this Truncata highland or lowland

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    I got this truncata a could months back from here and I'm not sure if it is a highland or lowland. They say on the website it's highland but I've seen pics of one like this as a lowland. I've also seen pics of highlands that look different. I'm trying to find out so I could have a better understanding if I should but it in with my highlands in the tank or if I should leave it out. It's pitchering out by my window but the last two pitchers died off.

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    Sarracenia NW only deals in Neps that they feel make appropriate houseplants... I highly doubt you would have recieved a lowland truncata, as these are too demanding for Sarracenia NW's target customer. The only truncatas I've ever seen them sell on their website have been highlanders, so I'd be willing to bet yours is too.
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    Its a lowland N. truncata for that price. JMurphy, also please remove your link to cobraplants website, linking to competitors is in the participation guidlines still.

    Thanks

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    what do you mean?

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    Dave-
    If it's cheap, it's lowland, if it's expensive, it's highland

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    I meant why should he remove his link form cobraplants?

    But thanks anyway JLAP

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    Because this site sells cp's, so posting other websites is like biting the hand that feeds.

    It would be like working for Coca Cola and drinking Pepsi with your lunch lol.

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    what if you just look at their gallery and stuff?


    you know kinda like the food channel, when your mom's cooking?

    -It looks really good but you & your mom know that you're not getting any, so it's ok

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