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Thread: N. veitchii Bario HL Candy Striped seedlings

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    Thanks Daniel, i'm hoping the same thing.

    Here is a closer look at the peristome of the newest pitcher to open.



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    Oh wow... and you actually brought it outside in the snow and it didn't suffer at all?!

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    Both the shot today and the previous one were done outside in the snow...

    ...but the outside exposures were kept as brief as possible.

    I find that these Nepenthes tend to be a fair bit tougher than a lot of folks give them credit for.

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    I really am not a fan of vetchii, but it sure is a joy watching these guys grow up.
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    Wow, you got stripes so early on, that's amazing. These are going to be beauties.
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    Thanks guys.

    Dex, the variation among these seedlings is interesting too.

    At the opposite end of the spectrum are the two smallest seedlings - mutants maybe.

    One seedling, not even the size of a dime, is variegated, which might explain its slowness.



    The other seedling, i call it the 'tricolor'...has red, green and some cream coloring, although most, but not all of the cream coloring has a tendency to turn red in bright light. This coloring might even be the result of a virus, but i'll wait to see how this one continues to grow out.





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    interesting... I wonder what they will look like as adults.
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    Here is a pic of the newest seedling pitcher to open.



    There is definitely more striping appearing on each successive pitcher.

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