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Thread: most sought-after/valuable nepenthes in the hobby?

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    There's plenty of man-made hybrids that far surpass the value of some of the species listed there... and some of these hybrids can surpass the beauty as well!

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    Hybrids can most definitely fetch more than pure species, there have been plenty of examples. Take a look around at CP suppliers and you will see.
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    dont understand the negative connotation some give to hybrids of a genus that regularly and willingly hybridizes in the wild.....
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    Yeah as far as I know, with AW's release of TC edwardsiana, hybrids like Kinabulensis, harryana or maybe even alisaputrana would probably fetch more than a TC edwardsiana these days.

    Of course, N. klossi or N. pitopangii would probably fetch the highest dollar as far as species go, I would guess.

    But then again, imagine if someone made a cultivated hybrid of say, N. edwardsiana x northiana. I think it would be a safe bet that that plant would fetch a HUGE amount of money compared to most species, regardless of whether they were seed grown or TC or not.
    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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    Now that is more like it. I like this list. Those are plants on my dream list as well.

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    Here is my list. I am going to skew a little more to the valuable side then sought after. But then again demand determines price in a lot of cases. I am only going to list plants that are in cultivation to my knowledge.

    1. Nepenthes harryana (villosa x edwardsiana) - seed
    2. Nepenthes kinabaluensis (villosa x rajah) - seed
    3. Nepenthes sp. "Sulawesi"
    4. Nepenthes sp. "Palawan"
    5. Nepenthes pitopangii - Not Certain this is in culvation
    6. Nepenthes x Alisaputrana (burbidgeae x rajah) - seed
    7. Nepenthes klossi
    8. Nepenthes attenboroughii - seed
    9. Nepenthes hurreliana - seed not tc
    10. Nepenthes edwardsiana - seed
    11. Nepenthes clipeata - seed
    12. Nepenthes aristolochiodies - seed
    13. Nepenthes x trusmadiensis - seed
    14. Nepenthes villosa - seed
    15. Nepenthes lamii - seed
    16. Nepenthes rigidifolia - (tc or seed)
    17. Nepenthes hamata 'hairy yellow or red' - seed
    18. Nepenthes rajah - seed
    19. Nepenthes flava - seed
    20. Nepenthes naga - tc or seed
    21. Nepenthes eymae - 'True Species' - seed
    22. Nepenthes macrophylla - seed
    23. Nepenthes jamban - seed
    24. Nepenthes hamata - typical or new location seed
    25. Nepenthes ephipiata - seed
    26. Nepenthes bokorensis - seed

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    Thank Vraev. This is my wish list as well... slowly getting there. Let me know if you have some additions or suggestions.

    @rattler I didn't know there was a negative connotation about Nepenthes hybrids. I think there is alot to learn about Nepenthes growing species and natural hybrids so I usually try to keep to those. Every grower has there niche.

    @Talie... definitely need to add Nepenthes peltata. Hmm right between clipeata and aristo seems like a good fit. Updated the list. I also forgot about glaundlifera... I will add that between naga and eymae.

    1. Nepenthes harryana (villosa x edwardsiana) - seed
    2. Nepenthes kinabaluensis (villosa x rajah) - seed
    3. Nepenthes sp. "Sulawesi"
    4. Nepenthes sp. "Palawan"
    5. Nepenthes pitopangii - Not Certain this is in culvation
    6. Nepenthes x Alisaputrana (burbidgeae x rajah) - seed
    7. Nepenthes klossi
    8. Nepenthes attenboroughii - seed
    9. Nepenthes hurreliana - seed not tc
    10. Nepenthes edwardsiana - seed
    11. Nepenthes clipeata - seed
    12. Nepenthes peltata - seed
    13. Nepenthes aristolochiodies - seed
    14. Nepenthes x trusmadiensis - seed
    15. Nepenthes villosa - seed
    16. Nepenthes lamii - seed
    17. Nepenthes rigidifolia - (tc or seed)
    18. Nepenthes hamata 'hairy yellow or red' - seed
    19. Nepenthes rajah - seed
    20. Nepenthes flava - seed
    21. Nepenthes naga - tc or seed
    22. Nepenthes glandulifera - tc or seed
    23. Nepenthes eymae - 'True Species' - seed
    24. Nepenthes macrophylla - seed
    25. Nepenthes jamban - seed
    26. Nepenthes hamata - typical or new location seed
    27. Nepenthes ephipiata - seed
    28. Nepenthes bokorensis - seed

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    some seem to think pure species are some how superior and seem to forget that some of todays species are actually stabilized hybrids and that hybrids happen regularly in the wild......bout once a year someone starts a thread saying how the hybridizers will be the end of pure species and seem to forget that neps have been being hybridized in greenhouses for 150 years or better and it hasnt wiped out interest in species yet.....
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