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    New species found N. spec. nov ‘DA’

    Alastair Robinson, Volker Heinrich and Stewart McPherson encountered a new species. It's very impressive! The thread with pictures and some info can be found here.

    http://pitcherplants.proboards34.com...ead=1182854647

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    psh...new species? Thats just another form of alata
    (jk obviously)
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    Holy Crap!!! I want it... (my precious)... haha, jk... It is absolutely GORGEOUS though. And RIVALS rajah? Keep us posted if you hear about distribution or any natural hybrids, JLAP.
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    Very nice find. How exciting would that be to stumble across something like that on a hike! Looks like it's got enough digestive juices to go around!

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    And best of all it's a real discovery and not some lame hybrid like the most recent ones, or another form of N. alata as phission as noted as well.



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    Hmm...looks similar to all the recent discoveries...almost like Jamban?

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    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
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    Looks like it was related to N. burbidgeae eons ago...

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