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    3 pitchers atm

    jamban basal pitcher:


    glabrata basal pitcher:


    tenuis pitcher:
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
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    How big in diameter is your jamban/how long have you had it? I'm getting a "small" one sometime next week in the mail. I was under the impression they started making the exotic pitcher shape and vining early on.

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    my jamban's main vine is approximately 8-9" in diameter and about a foot long (although the vine has no support so it sprawls around. the photo shows a basal pitcher (the second leaf)
    i've had my plant for 8 months now.
    i dont know how soon the pitchers will start morphing, but the main vine does have the toilet shaped pitchers.

    have fun with yours. it is by far my favorite nep in my collection.
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    Weird shape.....
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amphirion View Post
    my jamban's main vine is approximately 8-9" in diameter and about a foot long (although the vine has no support so it sprawls around. the photo shows a basal pitcher (the second leaf)
    i've had my plant for 8 months now.
    i dont know how soon the pitchers will start morphing, but the main vine does have the toilet shaped pitchers.

    have fun with yours. it is by far my favorite nep in my collection.



    Seriously, pics of the whole plants? Pleease?

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    i dont do pots. amphirion's Avatar
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    as you wish zuz (mind there is a good 3 inches of vine buried beneath the sphag):
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    Neat

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    Niiice...that loooong tendril up top looks like what turned into a really nice toilet on mine! I think our plants are doing the same exact thing XD.

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