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    Neps in a breadbox

    Temp: 78-86F
    Humidity: >90%RH

    Assorted species {Unknown seedling at 10 o'clock}


    N. adnata male flowers [12 o'clock]


    N. adnata basal cutting [3 o'clock]


    N. maxima 'Lake Poso' [6 o'clock]
    Nov'13


    Feb'14


    N. fusca [9 o'clock]
    Nov'13


    Feb'14


    N. maxima 'Tentena form' [middle with pink leaves]
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    Hard to tell without any close-ups, but the unknown in the corner looks a lot like my N. rafflesiana seedlings...
    Nice setup, by the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    Hard to tell without any close-ups, but the unknown in the corner looks a lot like my N. rafflesiana seedlings...
    Nice setup, by the way.
    Thanks! I couldn't get any closer with the camera without squishing the plants in the foreground so I left that plant alone. I do suspect it is rafflesiana too. Do yours have pink leaves too? I think I remember that some species of Neps have pink/red leaves when young but turn green as they grow older.
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    Love your fusca Cindy. Do you know what clone it is ?

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    BE Sarawak Red? I've always thought that one looked a bit like epiphytica/faizaliana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy View Post
    Thanks! I couldn't get any closer with the camera without squishing the plants in the foreground so I left that plant alone. I do suspect it is rafflesiana too. Do yours have pink leaves too? I think I remember that some species of Neps have pink/red leaves when young but turn green as they grow older.
    Some of my plants form pink leaves, others don't. I think that just depends on the individual plant. My "dark brown parent" plants are more apt to form the pinkish leaves, as are my spotted ones, while the plants from nivea parentage stay mostly greenish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    Love your fusca Cindy. Do you know what clone it is ?
    BE-3070 assorted clones, Sarawak
    Last edited by Cindy; 02-24-2014 at 09:15 PM.
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    I thought so. One of my favorite clones of this plant, MT's "Crocker Range" clone being my absolute favorite. I agree with Mat, this clone (and the MT clone) definitely closely resembles epiphytica or faizaliana in pitcher structure. Glad I just picked one up for myself !

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