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    A few of my favorite Pic's

    Raff 99


    Truncata X XTrusmadiensis


    Maxima Dark X Truncata


    Alomarginata Green


    Alomarginata Red


    Amp (Brunei red)


    Tobaica red


    Veitchii



    Thanks for looking

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    Great photos and plants! Do you have any problems growing Truncata X XTrusmadiensis under lowland conditions? Or do you have it in intermediate/highland?

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    Very nice looking plants!

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    Brilliant plants and photography!

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    Great albo green pic! Mine is pumping out pitcher after pitcher.. But my 'Kuching Spotted' is battling my 'Speckled' for 1st place in pitcher quantity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trashcan View Post
    Great photos and plants! Do you have any problems growing Truncata X XTrusmadiensis under lowland conditions? Or do you have it in intermediate/highland?
    Nope, although it grows a little slow it is perfectly healthy with vibrant colors. I have it in Intermediate-lowland conditions.


    Summer: Days 88-92f, 65% rh Nights 72-76, 80+ Rh
    Winter: Days 82-84, 75% Rh Nights 68-70, 80+ Rh

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    That tobaica is the most colorful clone of the species I've seen yet.
    "I, for one, can't wait to grow Nepenthes extincta!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
    Nope, although it grows a little slow it is perfectly healthy with vibrant colors. I have it in Intermediate-lowland conditions.

    Summer: Days 88-92f, 65% rh Nights 72-76, 80+ Rh
    Winter: Days 82-84, 75% Rh Nights 68-70, 80+ Rh
    Cool that matches my terrarium setup almost exactly. Maybe I will look around for one. Your albomarginata look great as well.

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