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    I approve of these pictures.

    The N. truncata x xTm is looking great.
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    Thanks guys Truncata x xTM is quite slow, maybe a new leaf once a month and a pitcher every month as well....maybe month and a half. compared to highland truncata, atleast in my experiance, about the same maybe a little slower...

    ---------- Post added at 03:35 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:39 PM ----------

    a few more as promised
    N. flava starting to pitcher

    a blurry pic, but has a very red pitcher on it coming up
    Seedgrown N.macrophylla

    N. burkei, poor thing arrived nearly dead a couple months ago and since then has recovered outstandingly well


    ---------- Post added at 03:45 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:35 PM ----------

    Some ablomarginata seedlings, there is a 3rd one hidden under a couple pitcher by the name tag, still very small....

    My ampullaria harlequin that was posted in Swords' thread. it has recovered finally and even has a pitcher coming up on it on the previous deformed leaf. hopefully a pitcher on this new perfect leaf too

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    N. flava tendril is looooong.
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    Yeah they are...ive got more pics to add, but i have to go to work lol

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    very nice neps! I like your glabrata.

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    Great collection Nice plants

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    Spectabilis x aristo plant

    little N. burkei

    new spect pitcher

    One of the jambans

    Macrophylla


    Vent x angasanensis

    vent x aristo

    young N. veitchii 'Batu Lawi'

    muluensis x lowii

    my first jamban

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    Hey Kris, your angasanensis x ventricosa is looking pretty great.

    You and Capslock aren't the only ones who have that clone, either.
    "I, for one, can't wait to grow Nepenthes extincta!"
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