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Here is the other photo that Stewart McPherson released of N. leonardoi.
When this species is eventually released for sale at the retail level, it looks like it will be a keeper.
Hmmmm....now this one I rather like.....
Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.
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Oh, I've had my eye on this one for a while, it is very nice indeed! I liked it since I first saw it a few months ago! Definitely looks like N. mira, which I also like.
Immana be a heretic and say that's one I can definitely live without.
It's cool that they are discovering new species though.
It's very cool looking but I'm not a huge fan of black nepenthes. And any way, why wait for this plant when deaniana and mantalingajanesis are available now and (at least in my opinion) more beautiful than this plant.
Check out this documentary video about Stewart McPherson climbing the unnamed mountain where N. leonardoi was found!
Also, he collected some seeds and distributed to some growers in the UK. They have germinated the seeds already. Still, it's a loooooong way before this will become commercially available. N. attenboroughii isn't available in the market yet, only between some growers.