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Thread: N. veitchii 'Bareo Highland' - Picture Progression

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    Beautiful plant! Remind me - what's your humidity run?

    Also, one of my most wanted is the striped highland veitchii.

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    My humidity nowadays runs at around 30-50%; I keep the windows closed because it gets too cold outside now - so there's not as much humidity fluctuation or temperature drop as before, either.

    Oh, what I'd do for a striped N. veitchii!
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    I'll find the date for this one later...


    After the peristome folded over and the pitcher got done developing, this is starting to look more squat, with a more magnificent peristome:





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    That new pitcher was just amazing. The close up is great.

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    I love the close up of the teeth. o.o Is it me, or does the pitcher shape remind me of a bical?
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    Eh. How great would a N. veitchii x bical be?
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    Hey Jimmy, is that densiflora looking an better?

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    ...Actually, it had a mite infestation. I just threw the whole plant and media after I confirmed it was mites (the orange-red microscopic dots were getting larger and spreading). I figured it was easier just to do that than to buy some pesticide for one plant, and risk giving the mites time to spread to my other plants (my N. veitchii, N. hamata, and N. glabrata were actually the closest to the N. densiflora).
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