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Thread: Looking for small lowland Neps

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    Truncata stays relatively compact, despite the massive pitchers. I agree with the neoguinensis suggestion. It's a good looking plant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    Truncata stays relatively compact, despite the massive pitchers.
    While N. truncata has relatively small-spaced nodes, the leaf size can get massive...
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    I'm planning on getting an N. belii sometime soon as I want tiny species. N campanulata is also a relatively small LL Nepenthes when mature.

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    Did not know that. The ones I've seen just have really wide leaves, not very long. Now that I think of it, not many Neps stay that small, except for Jamban.

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