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    N. bicalcarata hybreds?

    I was wondering if there were any hybreds of N. bicalcarata out there with the fangs. I am hoping N. bicalcarata would be the mother plant but not necessary. I sort of want just N. bicalcarata but, all I need is the "fangs" of the plant on the hybred. So is there any easy to find hybred out there? Thanks for the help!

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    It's spelled hybrid.

    The most you'll get is nubs unless you have a hybrid with bicalcarata crossed back onto another bicalcarata so you get a complex hybrid. Or you could just get a pure N. bicalcarata.

    Here's a very old picture of my old N. bicalcarata (red) x campanulata. I have seen hybrids with long "nubs" but there aren't anything like "fangs." I think the other parent was N. rafflesiana to begin with so... there you go.


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    oh, that stinks, I can't even find N. bicalcarata for sale any where. I knew I spelt it wrong so I just posted it anyway.

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    bical x rokko x bical has nice fangs...I'm way too lazy to find a pic tho
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    In my opinion, N.ampullaria x N. bicalcurata is the nicest bical hybrid.Its fangs aren't impressive, but it looks like a giant N. ampullaria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phissionkorps View Post
    bical x rokko x bical has nice fangs...I'm way too lazy to find a pic tho
    found the post. but the picture is gone. it was a picture of an upper. i thought he ID'd it wrong...it looks so much like pure bical! im still skeptical
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    I looked and I only find forum trades, so I might have to go with that.

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    He took down a lot of his photos since they were taking up too much space. There's another pic someone else posted thats around somewhere.
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