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    Nice!

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    Quick update for no particular reason: the amp has outgrown its pot and will be moving up, as it is now probably over 4 feet long, with like 8 basals. In other news, here are some new pics of other plants:
    (inermis x singalana) x mira



    N. 'Rokko' Exotica


    the 'Rebecca Soper' recently decided to drop the colorful pitchers and go for the more elegantly shaped uppers. Let's have a comparison
    Lower:

    Upper:

    N. copelandii


    sanguinea Orange-nectar almost tastes like citrus candy and the flavor is really strong

    N. 'Gentle'


    and last of all, N. graciliflora "Pink"
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    Great looking plants!

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    nice,i like the uppers on r.soper,look forward to some on mine next year

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    Thanks all! Yeah, the Rebecca Soper uppers are rather nice. Not very colorful, but the elegant shape certainly makes up for that.
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    Very nice!

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    Got some new pics to share:
    N. BE sp. 1, new pitcher

    and an older pitcher

    N. truncata Lowland SG putting on some good size and color

    graciliflora "Pink"

    The biggest pitcher yet on my clipeata x (clipeata x eymae)

    And N. 'Gentle'
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    Those plants look great! I love the moss in the N. truncata lowland SG plant! Happy moss- happy Nepenthes! But that picture of N. graciliflora 'Pink'... I realize that the species is closely related to N. alata, but that picture looks *exactly* like the N. alata I use to grow. Do you, or anyone, know the morphological characteristics that differentiate the two?
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