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    new N. ramispina pitcher

    It wasn't open this morning when I left, so I took pics..






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    looking good mass

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    what a cute baby.
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
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    So at what point do ramispinas get the black peristome? Mines a few years old, but barely growing, but its pitchers are still dark brown with a green peristome, which never darken. What attracted me to it was the contrast of the black peristome to the nearly white interior. Bah..


    Anyway, cute little pitcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightsky View Post
    So at what point do ramispinas get the black peristome? Mines a few years old, but barely growing, but its pitchers are still dark brown with a green peristome, which never darken. What attracted me to it was the contrast of the black peristome to the nearly white interior. Bah..


    Anyway, cute little pitcher.
    I was wondering the same thing. I really wanted this sp. for the same reason..

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    I find this species to be frustrating. It came in good condition from the nursery and made fine pitchers. But then, a year ago it went downhill and is still stunted.

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