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    Some Pictures

    Here's a few pics, enjoy!

    N. petra:





    N. maxima dark x (n. northiana x veitchi):



    N. caesar:



    N.eymae:

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    Very nice plants you have there!!!
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    What is the parentage of petra? Bellii x ??
    Is that an LHNN one?

    Our Caesers look almost identical, except yours has a much nicer throat pattern. Lucky!
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    N. ventricosa*(talangensis*bongso) according to Bob's site. I thought it had N. bellii in it, too.

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    N. ventricosa*(talangensis*bongso)
    Wow...never would've guessed that. The pitcher on the left looks "belliish".
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    The origins of this N. petra is that I won a cutting in the live auction, from Carl (Karl?) from North Carolina, at the 2006 ICPS conference in Frostburg, Maryland.

    The petra is very robust and even grew pitchers when I had it in 'not the best conditions, not in a tank' in my basement over the winter. Now it's outside in a shaded 4 foot wide by 4 foot deep by 6 foot tall mini greenhouse.


    The Caesar I picked up at the NECPS show last fall from those dart frog guys in Massachussets. This is the first pitcher it has grown since I got it. It hasn't been happy until recently when it started getting more light and experiencing warmer temps in the room it's in.

    I won the N. eymae last August in a raffle at the NECPS annual BBQ meeting at the frog guys's place. I'm totally psyched - it's sending up a basal shoot or two - can't tell just yet if it's one or two.

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    Nice neps!
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    Awesome plants! Great pics
    Great Googly Moogly!

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