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    Updated: N. singalana X hamata!

    This is an astonishing hybrid:
    [IMG]http://**************************************/2012/07/sing-hamata-07-15b.jpg[/IMG]

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    This is an astonishing picture! :P
    Very cool though

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    wow look at those teeth and with a little white tip on each!

    my singalana x hamata is on its way what a gorgeous cross indeed.how long have you been growing yours? and do you have a talangensis x hamata by any chance? Was thinking about getting one but havent seen many pics around

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxorboxor View Post
    This is an astonishing picture! :P
    Very cool though
    Glad U like :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mylesG View Post
    wow look at those teeth and with a little white tip on each!

    my singalana x hamata is on its way what a gorgeous cross indeed.how long have you been growing yours? and do you have a talangensis x hamata by any chance? Was thinking about getting one but havent seen many pics around
    I have had this plant since early December 2011. The second clone I bought in January 2012. I acquired the spathulata X hamata cross as well, but not the talangensis cross, because I reasoned that the latter was a cross of two small species, so of these three, the talangensis cross was least appealing to me, since the odds are that it won't have much size to it. I may be wrong of course, you never know.

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    ah, i see.

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    Whoa! That is very nice, indeed. 'Great shot, too. How big are the pitchers?
    - Mark

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    wow very very nice

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