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    N. bicalcarata x campanulata

    I know, I'm very bad for being impulsive lol. I just tried to place an order with Tony P. (waiting on a confirmation) and while I wait I was wondering if anyone has this plant, what it's like and more importantly has any pics!. There are hardly any pics, only a few at Bob's site. Is this hybrid new? I assume typical lowland conditions, yes?

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    That would be a lowlander, yes indeed.

    I would think the plants would be rather dull, though, as the pitchers are almost oposite in shape, and neither one has any interesting color patterns. Both can have a flush, but no spots or stripes or anything.

    I think you'd just get slightly squat cylindrical pitchers with (maybe) a red flush.
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    Oh the pitchers are boring but I wanted it because I liked the shape of the leaves I expect it to grow pretty fast if I can get one.

    http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e3...NewPics013.jpg

    That's the pic that convinced me to try and buy one.

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