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    Very nice pitchering for owning it such a short time period.....

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    it looks just like a Miranda. Are they crossed with some of the same plants?

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    I don't see any resembalance to miranda perhaps the coloraton, and the lsmaller picther might look a bit, but not really... Pauline is talangensis x maxima
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    Very nice looking!

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    Thanks again, GregNY and jimscott.

    Back2eight, I do see what you are saying, and there is a common parent in each of these hybriids. 'Lady Pauline' is indeed as C12 stated: N. (talangensis x maxima)

    N 'Miranda' is commonly thought to be N. ['Mixta' x maxima], which breaks down to N. [(northiana x maxima) x maxima]

    So the maxima is really showing itself in each of these. And you have grown yourself a nice looking N. 'Miranda' from what I've seen in your pics.

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    For me it ain't easy to grow a highland nep in super lowland conditions but after some hard work of keeping it humid it made pitchers for me...probally 1/10 of tat size hahaha...I'll post a pic when the newest pitcher peristrome reddens up
    Well i have a growlist her but anyways heres mine in another forum.

    http://www.forum.petpitcher.com/showthread.php?t=1119

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    Maxima, thats what I thought. They have that parent in common and it is definitely showing through with the coloration. Nice!

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    Hey kentosaurus, I'd love to see your 'Lady Pauline' pitcher pics. And the last pic i posted wasn't more than 3 and a half to four inches max from base to top of the pitcher, so there is still room for improvement, i'm hoping.

    Back2eight, yeah the maxima is very prevalent throughout the Nep kingdom and probably influences more Nepenthes 'species' than is currently acknowledged. But DNA testing might clear some of that up.

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