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    N. Sibuyanensis

    here are a couple shots from my newly opened N. Sibuyanensis pitcher, it clearly doesnt look like a classic sibuyanensis lower pitcher...the vine is acutally about 8" or so, with half under the media.





    here is its previous pitcher, this one should color its peristome up like this one after a few weeks.

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    Sexy

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    Nice plant. Personally I think they look nicer before they color up.

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    It looks so much like Ventricosa. They've got to be related somehow.
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    Growlist: Updated 1/11/12 http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=110846

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    Lol davy, yes they are very closely related

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    Looking great! Update us as the peristome colors up.
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    awesome! What is the pitchers size?

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    This pitcher is a little smaller than the previous but the pitcher itself is a better color than the previous imo. The pitcher is about 3 inches or so not including the lid. I'm expecting the plant to start putting out large pitchers soon. But its not puting out your typical lowers. So I'm thinking its the beginning of intermediate pitchers, as the tendril placement is different than most any sibuyanensis lower I've seen. The pitcher shape in general is also very different.

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