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    N. tenuis pics (bring in yours...)

    While checking my plants, I'm regularly drawn to my N. tenuis. It's an amazingly robust grower, spitting out new pitchers in both the summer & winter. Because of this great tendency, it's almost impossible for me to yank it out of it's home to get decent pics. While looking for other pics, there is Nep 101 & his monster & Thez's. While looking at pics of Thez's plant, I realized her pitchers were quite different than mine, even though the plants didn't look all that different size-wise...

    Here's mine from December (with friends - in office terrarium):


    .... & some pitchers:



    Let's see some more pics....
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    You just want to make me jealous, don't you? XD
    Such a beautiful plant!

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    @ron: Thez's N. tenuis is a true N. tenuis. The pitchers are like that initially, but become more "N. tenuis" like later---and it is quite a development jump, within two pitchers you can get from Thez's shape to your shape. how do i know? cuz it happened to me! XD

    i know a crappy picture, but at least it's showing you what im talking about:
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    Oh, those are old pics Ron - that's how the plant came to me from AW and since then, it has made pitchers like these:

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    Hi,

    Here's the latest pitcher on my plant. I have had problems with the growth points dieing on it. A good thing is that it produces side shoots readily. The pitchers produces a very slimy liquid.



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    Christer

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    WOW thats amazing

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    Got it a few days ago...

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    Thread necromancy has begun... Here is my plant i received around the same time as C12 above, its doing quite well as a highland-ultrahighland plant.




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