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Thread: Various nepenthes from myself and a good friend (DUW!!)

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    A great selection of beautiful, well-grown plants. I really love the aristo & inermis!
    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    ...a few N. eymae uppers, still seems to be quite a bit of controversy regarding the true identity of these plants from BE and AW, this particular one is BE, and is female
    This clone doesn't exhibit the 'special' goblet-shaped uppers that N. eymae is supposed to be known for - eh? By any chance - is this the 'clone 2' that BE has been putting out recently?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    A great selection of beautiful, well-grown plants. I really love the aristo & inermis!
    This clone doesn't exhibit the 'special' goblet-shaped uppers that N. eymae is supposed to be known for - eh? By any chance - is this the 'clone 2' that BE has been putting out recently?
    im not sure of its clone number, however a couple of years ago the uppers were the goblet shape, but have now become less of that, maybe it was due to winter and light levels being low....im not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    im not sure of its clone number, however a couple of years ago the uppers were the goblet shape, but have now become less of that....
    Any chance that you or he has any pics of the goblets from this plant? That would make for a very interesting chapter in this evolving 'controversy'....
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    The very top pitcher in this photo was just before it started doing more of the strong goblet shapes, im pretty sure it varies depending on conditions...this photo is a couple years old

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    Great Neps!
    Some of those are HUGE!
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    Sk....u got a fantastic pitcher: leaf ratio on those plants man. Wow!! Its interesting...is this due to lighting? humidity? air circulation? any ideas? Perhaps its a combination of all of these.

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    im thinking its all in my conditions and lighting varun, im not 100% sure, Ron experiances the same thing with his plants so it must be our conditions....since during most of the year, we arent too much different than most of the bornean highlands as far as temps and humidity according to a few of the people up here, including Ron......

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