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    my indigenous nepenthes

    Dear gardener, in the forest close my farm I looked around to find some nepenthes. I found any,but they look not so nice like you grow up. This plants are wild in the “untouched” forest.
    I don't know the names, anyway, I want you have a look at my area I live in.Best regards and luck with your very nice plants, ThaiGer. http://s1293.beta.photobucket.com/us...ant%20pictures
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    Private album requires password my friend, would love to see them!
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    Make it a public album and I can probably identify them for you.

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    I'm so sorry! I have forgotten the password: ThaiGer1
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    Hi ThaiGer,

    First of all, very nice plants you have found there. I see three different species in the album. The ones with dark slim pitchers is N. gracilis, and the ones with round pitchers clumped together is N. ampullaria. Picture 8 and 10 (young plant) seem to show N. mirabilis.

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    Christer

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    hello Christer, many thanks for your help! I will looking for another places also...best regards,ThaiGer
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    The last ones are Nepenthes ampullaria. The one before the ampullaria is a very pretty form of N. gracilis. The first one looks like N. mirabilis, but I would need to see closer photos to tell for sure.

    When you're in Phuket keep an eye out for N. andamana, N. kampotiana, N. kerrii, N. sanguinea (far south of Thailand), N. suratensis, and N. thai. N. smilesii should be closer to Phu Ruea.

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    hello here 6 new nepenthes, I found around our monk monastery in Phu Ruea:http://s1293.beta.photobucket.com/us...ant%20pictures, password:ThaiGer1 Greatings,ThaiGer.
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