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    Wow, those are awesome. I would love to see some wild neps. I'm hoping to get a chance to find some wild sarrs on our drive across the US.
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    wow i'm jealous, where were these taken?

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    Great pics. Love those dark pitchers. It's interesting that so many pitchers in the wild are full of water, despite the lid. It seems that the lid isn't too effective.

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    Hi guys

    Glad u liked it......
    Here are more from the 1st site
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    Upper of mac i guess

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    A nice mac pitcher


    Wild orchid


    Ram x mac?


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    Nice reddish mac grown under a LOT of shade

    Okays here comes pic from the second site..

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    Well thats all from me guys hope you enjoyed them as much as i did..

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    Great pics‼

    AND, you'll notice that the wild Neps have blotchy and spotted leaves. Just like ours that are in cultivation. I still think that this is part of a Nep's leafs life-cycle.

    It would be interesting too, to see what the soil contents are of those Neps growing from that small hillside.
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    Hi Fryster

    Umm i have no idea what is in the content but well.....Moss rarely appears on the 2nd site...But those which grew on the pathway was on a very open and dry mix i guess...Why cause its mostly just rocks...And one of the member said that during the dry seasons where water is scarce it will probally die off....

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    Their plant ( meaning the leaves) are so small, but the pitchers are huggee.

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    It's interesting that so many pitchers in the wild are full of water, despite the lid. It seems that the lid isn't too effective.
    a lid only works if the rain comes straight down.....any wind and it moves at an angle and the lids loose their effectiveness......

    Their plant ( meaning the leaves) are so small, but the pitchers are huggee.
    with some species this has to do with the amount of light they get.....if out in the open and getting tons of light than they dont need the huge leaves......
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