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    Some neps(DUW)

    Lets start with the more common stuff
    ventricosa from Andy, it is getting near vining i would say



    my first nep ever, also from Andy. N. sanguinea even after 2 years its still one of my favs

    my 2 sangs, one from andy on the left, macamus13 on the right

    couple of ventrata pitchers


    truncata pasian highland

    little bongso finally recovered from the mite attack

    veitchii batu lawi has made a huge jump in size since the move to the GH

    ventricosa x angasanensis

    some 1 year old seedlings, splendiana x [(veitchii x maxima) x veitchii]

    glabrata that has recovered from a mite attack and now has around 10 growth points

    spathulata x thorelii pitcher developing

    muluensis x lowii, this plant gave me the hardest time till i moved it to my GH

    maxima x xTM

    spect x aristo



    hamata seedgrown, finally adjust to the greenhouse and looks like it will pitcher again...first time ive seen it without any pitchers since i got it last year

    villosa

    jamban

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    nice plants I always look forward to when you post pics of your plants. And don't you have a predator cutting also. could you show some pics if you still have it. once again great plants.

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    Yes i sure do Jacobs, there is no pitchers on it yet and it is incredibly slow. i will get one in a little bit for you

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    Fantastic Nepenthes like always!
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    Very nice plants, the jamban kinda makes me happy for some reason : )

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    Very Nice! Can't wait to see more pictures!
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    Nice pics dude. That jamban is looking promising. Should look amazing once that pitcher completely opens.

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    great job on the acclimation to the g house.
    nice neps.
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