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    haha.. far future. Your funny Ed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rokosauros View Post
    Hi vraev, really? I had my suspicions, some things about the pitcher (eg. the colouration) did not seem to fit the description of pure burbidgeae species, but after searching for photos of small burbidgeae photos and seeing the variation, I decided to wait for the plant to grow a little more before actually determining whether it is burbidgeae or burbidgeae x edwardsiana.

    There's a strong possibility it could be latter because this plant originated from MT do you have any pictures or reasons why mine would be burbidgeae x edwardsiana?
    Hi Edward,

    Just saw your post now.

    But the reason I say this is because...this is a N. burbidgeae



    This is a N. burbidgeae x edwardsiana



    Also...the leaf structure. Your plant looks identical to mine when it was smaller.

    hope this helps,

    Varun
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    Your plants look great man! I love how the veitchii (and its hybrids) already look so cool when so small! I've got a veitchii x platychila not far behind yours, its great to see what the next pitcher should look like

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    @vraev I can't say I'm taken aback, I was already suspecting the parent's identity. Your picture proof further strengthen my suspicion and doubts. I will wait for the plant to mature first however. Can't say anything when the little doodlers still small

    @CreatureTom Thank you! The veitchii x platychila just won't stop growing better with each leaf for me!
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    Size matters. -

    Hmmm....this would make an excellent glove -
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    x dyeriana is my guess..

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    Heh yeah Or is it that not obvious?
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    Very cool post ! I am enjoying the pics of the Iowii x Campanulata ! That sounds like a cool mix of highland & lowland, should be a pretty tough plant.
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