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Thread: New species found N. spec. nov ‘DA’

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    Quote Originally Posted by phissionkorps View Post
    in terms of recent discoveries, there is lingulata which people seem to have forgotten about. Correct me if I'm wrong, but that was also a "real" discovery
    Ur right. I love their 1 fang!!!! Toio bad theys not available yet...like anywhere. I found a source of Jamban, but still no lingulata.

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    I know where to get it, but you more or less have to be Rockefeller to purchase it
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    Wow!

    Another toilet bowl species as it looks.

    Is it highlander or lowlander?

    If Highlander, I want it!

    N. rajah, step down from the plate.
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    wow!! when i first saw it it reminded me of a campy! its very neat looking!
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    I thought the same thing, Glider14, lol. It looked like somebody put a spout in a campy and blew it larger.
    They do not say which area(do not blame them) it was found and the Meeks offered a opinion on which mountain.
    I am an idiot and could not post a photo, but has anyone looked at this plant from Wistuba's site?

    Nepenthes spec. Palawan 1 (Philippines)

    It almost looks like a young version of what they found.

    What do you think?

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    Joe

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    Do you really think so? I don't think it resembles it at all and resembles a skinny N. rajah more.

    I don't think they resemble each other at all.

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    just the general shape. leaf shape and pitcher shape. persimtone is deffinatly different though! and size...

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    Oh I was talking about the similarities between N. rajah and spec. Palawan, not the similarities between spec. nov "DA" and spec. nov Palawan.

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