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    i just saw the post below and i was wondering..

    whats the difference between lowland and highland

    truncata??

    also, how do you post a pic?

    when i try to post a pic, a error pops up

    which is not the right file type or to big.
    does anybody have a N. tentaculata?

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    Highland truncata is slightly different from lowland, it's more hirsute and the lid is smaller and more open, almost veitchii like. The highland forms are also more colorful, but others can be just as green as the lowland form. The extremely dark colors are only a small percentage of the highland form.
    In order to post a pic, the photo must be published online with a URL (try photobucket.com). Copy and paste the URL in the space provided when you hit the IMAGE button above. Hope this helps.

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    thanks!

    so lowland doesnt have any hairs?
    does anybody have a N. tentaculata?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Highland truncata is slightly different from lowland, it's more hirsute and the lid is smaller and more open, almost veitchii like.
    Thats not what is implied. Highland is more hirsute than lowland, therefore it has more pubescence.

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