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Thread: Sharing some of my neps

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    Sorry, repost.

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    This is the upper pitcher of my N. ventricosa var. burkei, doesn't look like any of the 2 right?

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    I love the copelandii too. I wish mine opened up like that more!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red dragon View Post

    This is the upper pitcher of my N. ventricosa var. burkei, doesn't look like any of the 2 right?
    That's the weirdest ventricosa I've ever seen....

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    I have few copelandii, but that single plant is the best producing pitchers.

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    Here is a nepenthes that looks like N. mindanoensis but also looks like N. mindanaoensis x truncata, any idea?






    un-named species from Mindanao. I call this N. tiger mindanao



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    un-named species from Leyte, I call this N. leyteii.

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    Is the foliage on the mindanoaensis fuzzy? That's usually a good indicator. It's possible that it has some truncata in it.

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