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Thread: Couple of N. spectabilis North Sumatra photos

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    generally if its a leaf away or so, the leaf will be bulbous and lumped from the flower forming inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Entwadumela View Post

    Didja get anything at the Puyallup Show?
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    what show is this??

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    Getting some good color contrasts in your garage for those photo's, another perk lol. Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by swampdonkey View Post
    what show is this??
    Hiya Swampdonkey-

    To be more specific, it was the "Seattle Reptile Expo/Northwest Captive Breeders Expo" that happend at the Puyallup Fairgrounds on Oct.17-18.

    It is mostly herps, arachnids, birds and a few exotic mammals for sale. But Sarracenia Northwest always has a booth there with a nice selections of CP's for sale.

    It is usually done twice a year there in Puyallup, around spring and fall. Check out the Puyallup Fairgrounds calander for next year to see when it is scheduled again.

    Good Growing,
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    Pitcher update

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    isn't the North Sumatra clone the "ugly duckling" clone? if so that upper is going to be incredible. looking good Kris!

    Alex
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    looking gooood

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    Yes it is the "ugly duckling" lol
    but the upper has little lid syndrome...the next one hopefully wont though

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