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    Two flies one pitcher. Minus the crap eating. obregon562's Avatar
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    I want an N. mollis! ah HAH!

    How about some of the classics, N. veitchii, maxima, fusca, bicalcarata, ampullaria, rajah, etc... Your drawings are stunning Clue, BTW. How much ya chargin now a days? Id gladly shell out some dinero for a nice veitchii, rajah, or something else.
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    So Dvg, I see you like the toilet Nepenthes. Do you like humor?

    *Ahem*

    May I present to you the first released sketches of a great new Sumatran species, Nepenthes toilettii. My crew and I stopped upon a single representative of the new species. A bizarre specimen indeed, a large bowl-shaped pitcher with very viscous pitcher fluid. The spur is quite interesting as well, unbranched, but swelled slightly, coincidentally appearing superficially similar to a handle on -well, you know.

    Altitude: Around 1000 m., Intermediate.
    Habitat: Cloud forest.
    Are We Joking: You betcha.



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    Quote Originally Posted by obregon562 View Post
    I want an N. mollis! ah HAH!

    How about some of the classics, N. veitchii, maxima, fusca, bicalcarata, ampullaria, rajah, etc... Your drawings are stunning Clue, BTW. How much ya chargin now a days? Id gladly shell out some dinero for a nice veitchii, rajah, or something else.
    I can do N. mollis. Except if you're expecting pitchers...

    ... I don't get paid for sketching (but I wish!).
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    Nice job Clue. And I definitely don't have any qualms about a little toiletti humor. Although I hope the cloud forest around this lavish beast wasn't a toxic haze.

    Any word on pitcher contents, or did the previous pitcher's occupant have the decency to reach up, pull the handle and flush the evidence of his doo-doings away. Maybe best to flush twice, since it's a fair distance to the food processing plant. I see you at least left the lid up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvg View Post
    Nice job Clue. And I definitely don't have any qualms about a little toiletti humor. Although I hope the cloud forest around this lavish beast wasn't a toxic haze.

    Any word on pitcher contents, or did the previous pitcher's occupant have the decency to reach up, pull the handle and flush the evidence of his doo-doings away. Maybe best to flush twice, since it's a fair distance to the food processing plant. I see you at least left the lid up.
    We found quite a lot of half-digested brown gunk (tree shrews have no manners!), but we just assumed that it was insects.

    Toxic haze? How'd you know?
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    You have the same last name as me, we could be related . Nice pictures though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clue View Post
    We found quite a lot of half-digested brown gunk (tree shrews have no manners!), but we just assumed that it was insects.

    Toxic haze? How'd you know?
    I suppose I have a head for it.

    If your first name of choice, N. toiletii doesn't quite pan out, don't hesitate to use the second name of...N. looii...

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    Not trying to hijack this thread or anything...

    I had fun making this, and went a bit crazy with the gray scale. And sorry about the horrible quality. :P

    I bet no one will EVER get this. But go ahead and try.
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