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    truncata from Mt Pasian and tiny hamata

    My Pasian truncata clone put out it's first decent pitcher. I managed to snap off 2 pitchers before they opened and dropped the plant 4 ft. Seems to have made a full recovery. It's not very red like I was hoping for but the persitome is nice for a small truncata.
    The hamata is seed grown. It doesn't seem to mind my mini greenhouse and has put out a new leaf and is working on a second one. Seems to be a very easy nep so far but I have only had it for a week.

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    hamata, the old leaves are purplish. I wonder if this will show more or less when it get's bigger?

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    That truncata is very, very nice! Wow! I love the striped peristome!
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    how come some neps have a bigger peristome, and i like the color i hope you can grow a truncata 2 feet tall! :]

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    Haha your story of dropping your plant had me in stitches. It seems I'm not the only clutz out there.

    Beautiful truncata. Love the striping.

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    the seedgrown Hamatas are VERY vigorous
    i have one from BE as well
    released from a new "undisclosed mountain"
    has put out 4 new leaves, and 3 pitchers have opened since i received it on September 10th
    the plant has gone from an inch in diamater, to about 1 3/4" in diameter.
    newest pitcher to open is very mature looking compared to the previous ones. continues to put out the red colored leaves you see in yours as well

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    Oooh, nice. Neat peristome.
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    Wow, very nice

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    Amazing looking truncata I'm sure the next pitcher will be even better and I'm glad it's recovered also cute looking N.hamata I hope it grows up well for you can't wait to see updates. =)
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