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Thread: Pitcher of the Month July-August 2010

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    Hi, mass, Your lowii is different to what I've seen (i.e. the typical form). Is your lowii some special form?

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    It is!! It already tried to eat my face while I was napping the other day. I woke up and it scurried into the shadows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhilin View Post
    Hi, mass, Your lowii is different to what I've seen (i.e. the typical form). Is your lowii some special form?
    How so? Isn't that what all pitchers look like on tiny plants?

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...1/DSCN3825.jpg

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    I mean, the color so red. Does any typical lowii has so red pitchers?

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    How so? Isn't that what all pitchers look like on tiny plants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhilin View Post
    I mean, the color so red. Does any typical lowii has so red pitchers?
    Ahh.. it's probably darker because it was starting to die off.

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    @mass: dont think so...pitchers abort from top to bottom. your lid still looks pretty good.
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
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    I LOVE that spectabilis x mira, Night Sky. I'm not sure about entering the largest pitcher of my Sang. It's nice, but not a real match for what's already been entered...
    They're watching us. o.0

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    Sort of a cliche entry for me, and a bit of an overkill...but rather than showing its beauty at the ground, here is one that has "climbed its way to the top" in my books...ill update it once the peristome is fully developed, but i couldnt resist this set of photos...
    Nepenthes spectabilis North Sumatra upper pitcher
    (yes im aware of the reflection in this, lens extension fail)






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