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    Some Nep pitchers

    fresh opened singalana belirang

    spectabilis north sumatra upper with little lid syndrome

    newly opening spectabilis north sumatra lower pitcher

    spectabilis x aristolochioides

    maxima x xTM

    maxima dark x talangensis

    truncata x xTM

    pasian highland truncata

    glabrata


    more to come later...

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    Spectabilis "North Sumatra" makes little lid syndrome look good!
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    i love the spec x aristo's lower pitchers-- up to the point of wanting to get one for myself. however:

    1) i seem to have a predisposition towards hating on hybrids
    2) the upper pitchers have barely any aristo influence at all, and if it does, it's pretty awkward...

    maybe if they recrossed spec x aristo with an aristo again.....

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    NICE Glabrata Kris. Nice collection all around. That Spectabilis is a real show stopper!

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    Wow that truncata x xTM is to die for, I can't wait to see the pitchers that sucker produces. That plant really looks like all the parents in the best possible ways.
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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    Man that spectabilis and trunc x X Trusmadiensis are to die for. How are the growth wise compared to the highland trunc? Love the plants man...

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    The more I see glabrata, the more I absolutely love it!

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    Incredible, as always. Somehow you managed to find all the greatest plants, and grow them very well. Keep up the great work!
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