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    Some neps in the winter home...

    Well i had to replace the bulbs in an 8 foot fixture, and last year taking pics under those lights was a pain because of the color of the bulbs...now i can take photos without an awkward purple tint....

    Nepenthes xSplendiana upper trap

    Nepenthes fusca Flared Peristome

    Nepenthes jacquelineae

    Nepenthes spectabilis North Sumatra lower

    Nepenthes spectabilis North Sumatra upper

    Nepenthes ephippiata

    Nepenthes ramispina

    Nepenthes sanguinea


    a jumble of N. ventricosa x angasanensis pitchers

    N. truncata x xTrusmadiensis


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    Oh wow Kris...everything looks just excellent!

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    That ramispina is very very nice

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    Are you growing under the 8 ft lamps? How many bulbs? Everyone told me not to use those back whenIi was planning my grow racks. Not that I'm unhappy with my 4 ft T5 HOs but I was gonna use the 8 footers and it was like I'd brought up the worst idea ever...

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    i have an 8 footer above the bigger plants, i did it last year as well only the bulbs were 20 year old grow bulbs (and the plants loved it) so i think with new bulbs this year, and more lumens and kelvin than the previous bulbs, that they should be fine until spring next year as well....
    the tank has 2 four foot fixtures...

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    Nice shot of the under lid glands. Your spectabilis is really spectacular, but you know this already.

    truncata x trusmadiensis..... Soo great!
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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    Thanks Dex
    here are some more pics while im at it :P

    N. ovata (the SAME pitcher that opened up earlier in the year around march/april-ish these things last forever!)


    N. singalana Belirang


    N. singalana Tujuh



    N. spectabilis x aristlochioides


    N. spectabilis upper, again xD

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    Amazingly beautiful and well grown plants! Congratulations Sirkristoff

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