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    I don't think that they used the same type of N. veitchii. I was thinking of N. veitchii "Bario".

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    northiana x veitchii has been made several times, all using different clones. We have noticed there is more variation among the siblings of any one of the three greges than there is among the three greges. Using the Bario form of veitchii could bring some interesting variations, but seriously doubt if you would get large numbers of red pitchered seedlings even if var. 'Bario' is used. It would still be worth doing however, because all crossings of northiana x veitchii have resulted in some spectacular clones.
    What should be done is to breed the different greges of north x veitchii to each other. This is where a wider range of variation may show up.
    As for bokorensis: it has probably been used in more hybrids than you know under the name of N. thorelii.

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    I'd like to see glabrata x (inermis x dubia), although it does not have to be in that order. The perfect highland/ultrahighland terrarium plant. ~_~

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    Hi,
    I'm thinking about a species with large peristome and large picher like [( Veitchii bareo x truncata ) x northiana ] x veitchii !
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    macrophylla x rajah : I'd expect a big, tubby, somewhat toothy pitcher.

    macrophylla x hamata: I wonder how this one would look. Both are toothy, one is large, one not so much. Should be interesting.

    rajah x jacquelineae: both have great flaring peristomes, so I'd love to see this cross.

    lowii x jacquelineae: The uppers should be spectacular!

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    Jacquelineae x platychila or vice versa. They both have amazing upper pitchers.
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    viking x sumatrana:

    giant RED vikingesque beauties with long tendrils!

    viking x maxima;

    colorful and hardy.

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    Hmm. Let's see, what about...and mind you if some of these have been made, I can't check right now...on my phone rofl.
    But let's see....
    Spectabilis x jacquelineae, the flared peristome and tubby pitchers and the elongated pitcher of spectabilis with its beautiful coloration!!! Or
    Eymae x burbidgeae, the coloration man, come on!!! And the wine glass/goblet like uppers....
    Tentaculata x lowii
    I'm a little bored of the hamata ideas, come on...lol but use the mt kinabalu tentaculata with the trusmadi lowii....hghdj the pitchers, both lower and upper would be stunning. Hair bottom and lower lids, with hopefully the internal coloration of lowii, a bit like muluensis x lowii.
    Jamban x xTM
    Would be smaller, and quite vigorous to boot I imagine. The uppers would be stunning, all of the pitchers would be, I'd imagine...
    Tenuis x aristolochioides
    Come on, what's not to love about this!? lol
    Aristolochioides x xTM
    Think of the possibility, would be stunning....many more to think of but my gf is yelling at me to turn my phone off and go to bed! Lol!!!

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