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    Very nice. Lucky you with your CP-friendly water.
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    very nice carn i received 2 of my queen of hearts x king of spades the other day. ill have to show you some pics of the other neps too, my N. flava is about 5" in diameter right now and appears to be inflating a pitcher, and my 2 jamban are about equal in size. it looks like youve got a rather similar clone to my dark one.
    I hope that jacquelineae colors up well for you too, apparently the one ive got has deep red pitcher body and a near black peristome....ive also got a larger hamata clone 1, though im not sure if its one of the ones that is recovering from being nearly dead at the previous owner...so ill have to look around at my tags and find it, and once it pitchers, ill send some photos your way of that one too.
    Inermis too man, nice, its such a great species...the node cutting i got from a friend got the black tip of death but is now tossing out a new leaf from the top node, onward it shall grow lol. Keep us updated man!
    is that 2 hamata for you now?

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    Hey SK thanks for the compliments! The Jamban is darker than I thought, looks very promising. I'm really looking forward for Inermis to mature.

    This is my second hamata, however, my previous one died because of root rot, I'm much more vigilant now I'll keep ya'll updated!
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    Very nice! That is an expensive selection of plants.

    I am interested to see how you get them acclimated after shipping as I am going through the same thing. I'm starting a thread about it to see if anyone can offer any advice.

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    Updated December 6th 2009

    N. Inermis - Fastest grower on its 3rd pitcher in my care, very vigorous




    Black Truncata



    Jacq and Jamban


    N. Jacquelinaea has started making leaves hopefully it'll pitcher soon.


    N. Jamban - coming along nicely.


    N. Hamata - slowest of the pack so far


    N. Flava - was the runt of the group, looking better! on its second pitcher in my care



    Everything


    For fun, My very first ventrata pitcher since I got it about 6 months ago
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    nice plants Carn! Looks like most of your plants are growing well!

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    Looking great! What's in the plastic covering?
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    Cap, N. Inermis. N. Flava is supposed to have one too. I put some ziplocks over them to acclimate them since wistuba plants are quite fragile when they first arrive. I'm sure they'll be ready to graduate from Ziplock Care by the end of the year.
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