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    What are these?

    Recently I stumbled upon these nepenthes while hiking. I collected some sample and they are groing well. Can anyone help me to identify them? Thanks. I think I am addicted to it now. They are gorgeous.






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    The first two are amps. Not sure on the other one.

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    The last picture looks like N. rafflesiana uppers.

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    Yup, I agree with xvart... N. rafflesiana uppers...

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    The first two are N. ampullaria (Ant answered but not sure if you're familiar with the abbreviation). I've been told they're great for a year-round warm humid terrarium.

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    Apenan's location is Sarawak, Borneo and he found the Nepenthes while hiking... I figure a terrarium is hardly necessary ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by xvart View Post
    The last picture looks like N. rafflesiana uppers.

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    Guy's, I don't have a clue about ID'ing these, but arn't those pitchers on the ground? Can uppers grow on the ground?
    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by thbjr View Post
    Guy's, I don't have a clue about ID'ing these, but arn't those pitchers on the ground? Can uppers grow on the ground?
    Tom
    LOL, good point but they're uppers, they have the loop.
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