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    Very nice assortment of N. ampullaria, and other neps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by back2eight
    I swear that these look just like N. khasiana...
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    They are, sorry for that. I just labeled them wrong for this thread. If you look closely at the tags in the plant you can see Khasiana on the tag, upside down and blurry, but you can still make it out. Good eye though!

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    I want that amp sunset , like it love it , need it , nice pic's back2eight

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    Your amps look great. Such a vibrant red.

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    I love LOVE the basal carpets you get with amps even in 1gallon size pots. Amp just has to be my favorite nepenthes...I mean, imagine if flava or aristolochioides or mikei put out that many pitchers?

    I got my last amp from a cruddy vendor and it just up and died (luckily the platy survived), so I just got a seedgrown amp cyclops mtns...hopefully I don't kill it with my temps on the chillier side.

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    thatg's what I'm worried about. It is still getting pretty chilly at nights, and I'm afraid they are going to suffer. I don't know how hardy they are.

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    I find that amps will still do pretty well at 72F as long as the humidity is high.
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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