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    Jacqui-Ohhh!!!

    Okay, I must admit that all of your great pics earlier today have inspired me to post a few of my own.

    After all who doesn't like Nep pics, right?

    So with that said, here are some N. jacquelineae pics taken over the course of a year.

    This first one was from December 2008



    These next few were from March 2009














    This next group was taken in July





    A broader angle of the peristome


    And a thinner slice


    Here are a couple pics of an inflating pitcher taken last month in December

    From the top





    This shot of the opened pitcher was taken today



    And a shot again from a couple of days later



    And a few days later shot in sunlight



    This N. jacquelineae is a Wistuba clone. The pitcher shown above will in time darken to a deep burgundy red color and the peristome may still widen some more.

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    nice, one of my favorites......i have one, got it a month before your first photo.....its still pouting and i have yet to see a pitcher off it......i got a flava at the same time, happy as can be from day one.....im starting to like it better.....my macro has given me less problems.....
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    Yeah, N. jacq's don't need too much of an excuse to go on strike and refuse to cross that pitcher line.

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    2 years ago i ooooh'ed and aaahhh'ed over the macs and such.....now im impressed as hell if you can grow a jac and get it to pitcher consistently.....i want my jac to pitcher something bad....
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    AWESOME JOB. You grow this outdoors year round? What conditions do you put the plant through year round??

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    Thanks guys,

    Ahhh, I only wish I could grow outside year round.

    Those July pics were taken outside, because the color rendering is so much better when I can shoot outside in natural sunlight.

    This plant, like the rest of my Neps is grown indoors under lights.

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    Wow nice plant!! cute xD

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    Beautiful. One of my favorite neps. Great color on that pitcher.

    Good to hear I'm not the only one finding them to be incredibly fussy. My hamata and macrophylla are much, much less fussy then my jacq. Grows fast, but aborts pitchers if I just look at it wrong.

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