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    Matt's Nepenthes Photo Thread

    Hi All!

    Photography is a favored hobby of mine in addition to growing carnivorous plants.. So I couldn't resist starting my own photo thread. Enjoy!

    To start things off, I was obsessed with this species as a teenager and I still count it as one of my absolute favorites: N. glabrata


    N. x 'Miranda' .. saw it at a local nursery and couldn't resist.


    N. ampullaria x sibuyanensis


    N. spectabilis


    N. maxima 'wavy leaf'


    N. muluensis x lowii


    N. ventricosa 'extremely squat x red' .. another favorite from my youth. I think this is a very beautiful and under-appreciated species.


    N. jamban


    N. robcantleyi 'King of Hearts x Queen of Spades'


    N. glandulifera


    Cheers!
    Matt

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    very very very nice! I love that maxima wavy leaf. Does the peristome stay striped like in your picture or does it color up to another color? I also really like that amp x sibuyanensis how big do those pitchers get?
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    Thank you mcmcnair! The maxima peristomes stay that color. The amp x sibuyanensis pitchers have been averaging about the size of a 12 oz. soda can but have been slowly increasing in size. The last few leaves have been a fair size larger than previous ones so I'm really looking forward to see if the pitchers continue to grow larger as well!

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    Very nice Matt! Love the nepenthes jamban

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    Sweet pics - thanks for sharing!

    Interesting N. glabrata - your's has fringes on the pitcher wings - while some have smooth wings. I wonder if that's a stable trait? Where did it originate (AW, BE, SG)?
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    Wonderful plants! Love the glandulifera.
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    Thanks Ron! The glabrata is a BE clone. I have two of these plants from BE and it seems that they aren't exactly the same clone but they both show the fringed wings so maybe they are.

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    a very nice collection, Matt! everything seems to be particularly well grown, and nice glandulifera---dont see many of those around. thanks for sharing with us!
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