N. bellii x carunculata var. robusta: EP expects this cross to look like a purple bellii x veitchii, so I grabbed a few. Here are three of my four clones (the last one hasn't pitchered yet):
N. hookeriana: this guy is really big. The pitchers can be a bit darker, but it is going into climbing mode. I love the coloration of the perisomte.
N. lowii x campanulata: one of my more purple clones. Sorry about the fuzziness, but this is the only one I took.
N. mirabilis var. 'globosa' 'bullfrog': this is about as squat and hairless as you get. There aren't even bristles on the ladder. This is supposed to be a female. Hopefully my bellii x (thorelii x aritolochioides) from Tony goes into bloom at the same time, though crossing this to pure aristolochiodes would be even more interesting...
N. (lowii x veitchii) x boschiana: this guy is loving Miami in the summer! The peristome starts out striped like this and turns deep pruple to the point parts look black.
N. mirabilis var. 'globosa' x rafflesiana: developing a nie set of wings.
N. mirabilis var. 'globosa' x (ampullaria x mirabilis): trio of super cute pitchers? Don't you just want to eat them? Moths love them.
N. mirabilis var. 'globosa': another female, though sadly my mails decided to make pollen the moment she wasn't receptive. I find this clone very elegant.
N. mirabilis var. 'globosa': a heck of a lot of promise! Melanoma?
N. mirabilis var. 'globosa': formed oddly, but the wings help it pull off the look.
N. mirabilis var. 'globosa' super A# 8: nothing compared to what it will look like...
N. 'tiger' x mirabilis: kiss it!