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    Mostly Neps, before the GH move. Major DUW

    It's that time of year again where i can finally move my Neps into the GH, a little behind schedule this time but hey...
    Anyways in no particular order, here is an assortment of traps on various Neps and some others...
    The growspace at my parents house.



    The tank here at my house (yes a few of these will be going into the GH so the lowlanders can be happy again lol)

    N. truncata "Queen of Hearts" x "King of Spades"

    N. x 'Splendid Diana' or xSplendiana

    Various upper traps of xSplendiana inflating amidst several other plants


    and an intermediate-upper of xSplendiana


    N. maxima dark x talangensis from EP
    previous trap

    new trap


    N. sanguinea orange (couplle of different plants)



    N. tentaculata Murud


    N. fusca "flared peristome"


    couple of basals starting up on my N. ventricosa "Denver" which is also in spike (female)



    N. spectabilis North Sumatra pitcher, and N. spectabilis Gunung Sinabung female flower spike



    N. spectabilis Gunung Sinabung female Basal


    N. ephippiata



    N. ventricosa red x talangensis


    N. inermis seedlings


    N. macrophylla BE


    To be Continued, reached the image cap

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    N. spectabilis x talangensis


    N. spectabilis Pangulobau


    N. bongso


    New arrivals within the last week, N. tenuis and N. muluensis



    N. veitchii Bario Highlands Candy Stripe seedlings, slowed growth over the cool months


    N. talangensis, actually pitchering well for me...



    N. jamban


    N. veitchii Batu Lawi


    N. veitchii H EP


    N. hamata seedgrown BE, this plants growth point died a few months back but has since made a good comeback, despite deformed traps...


    little N. copelandii Mt Apo bonsai, doesnt want to grow any bigger lol. i need to repot it pretty bad...


    N. flava inflating another trap


    N. lowii x truncata "wide peristome" settling in well...


    new N. spectabilis x aristolochioides trap, they keep getting bigger and better..



    Image Cap Reached, TBC

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    N. x'Predator' new trap


    N. ventricosa x angasanensis


    N. jacquelineae finally made a stunning trap









    Little N. jacquelineae basal trap


    N. ramispina


    Cephalotus follicularis 'Hummers Giant' with its first mature trap


    Drosera graomogolensis


    H. 'Tequila'


    Drosera adelae



    Hope you enjoyed the photos hope i didnt make any mistakes amongst this madness haha

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    Very nice collection!! I was surprised to see so many flowers in the first pic... did you pollinate/collect pollen from them?

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    AMAZING!


    That Jacq is freakin' insane!
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

    My growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...255#post961255

    Video of my birth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Xc5wIpUenQ

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    Every flower you see is female, Devon, the only one pollinated was the spectabilis, pollen used was xPredator, ampullaria, and spectabilis...
    2 are from an xSplendiana, did not pollinate them....
    and the most recent is my N. ventricosa which i am getting some male ventricosa pollen for, and whatever other pollen anyone wants to send

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    Absolutely stunning! The tenuis is fairly large for an AW plant!

    The Macrophylla is very nice, you're doing a fine job, I also like the colouration on it.

    Finally the jacquelineae has rendered me speechless...
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    Wow, Kris!!
    “Sì perché l'autorità dell'opinione di mille nelle scienze non val per una scintilla di ragione di un solo . . ."

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