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    Quote Originally Posted by Sashoke View Post
    That rock fixture is gorgeous Clue, Ive never seen Neps grown that way!
    Thank you, Sashoke! The N. campanulata have grown quite a bit since the last full shot of the setup, too, but it's hard to take a flattering picture of it without my camera.
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    Love your Campanulata! I have the same clone it seems.
    Looking for N. Campanulata hybrids. Also would like to grow some nepenthes from seed. Growlist/pic thread: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...-Pete-s-plants

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmatil View Post
    Love your Campanulata! I have the same clone it seems.
    Hi Pete, thanks! I was always under the assumption that BE-3044 was a mix of several clones: campanulata
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    Dorm tank
    This is the 10 gallon tank currently at my disposal

    rock
    Here is a rock.

    N. campanulata BE
    Fully formed

    N. bicalcarata Marudi
    N. bicalcarata -- the roots are extensive, there's one root strand you can clearly see on the left side of the cup halfway down

    N. northiana
    All I can say is that this one has looked worse in the past
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    Home for Thanksgiving means checking up on the highland collection. Unfortunately, I lost my N. villosa G. Tambuyukon and N. vogelii.

    N. chaniana BE

    N. chaniana x veitchii

    N. glandulifera BE

    N. nigra

    N. albomarginata Balik Pulau

    N. graciliflora

    N. sanguinea

    N. sp. Langkawi

    N. ventricosa UCB

    N. mirabilis Sajingan

    N. burbidgeae x campanulata

    N. clipeata x (clipeata x eymae) BE

    N. maxima x talangensis EP

    N. 'Peter D'Amato' x maxima

    N. 'Peter D'Amato' x maxima
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    I'm getting pretty fond of lowlanders.

    N. northiana

    N. northiana

    N. northiana

    N. northiana
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    New friends:
    N. lingulata Clone #12

    N. maxima "Wavy Leaves" BE

    N. fusca "Flared Peristome"



    Lowland friends:
    N. bicalcarata Marudi

    N. bicalcarata Marudi

    N. northiana

    N. clipeata

    N. clipeata



    N. glandulifera BE

    N. nigra

    N. boschiana Sakumbang

    N. burkei Halcon

    N. truncata

    N. tentaculata Murud
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    Those are looking great! May I ask, where did you find a N. clipeata?

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    Awesome! You're up to 2 clippies now, or have you caught them all?

    Once the boschiana grows a little, can you tell me about how nectar-y it is? I have a boschiana & campanulata hybrid, and the lids are always goopy, pitcher outer surfaces have nectar spots on them, and sometimes they drool too. The other campy crosses are pretty goopy all over too, but afaik campy doesn't get all that messy in the pitchers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NatchGreyes View Post
    Those are looking great! May I ask, where did you find a N. clipeata?
    Hey Natch, this one was direct from AW several years ago. It's never been particularly showy for me but it is happier in my lowland tank than it has been for a long time.

    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Awesome! You're up to 2 clippies now, or have you caught them all?

    Once the boschiana grows a little, can you tell me about how nectar-y it is? I have a boschiana & campanulata hybrid, and the lids are always goopy, pitcher outer surfaces have nectar spots on them, and sometimes they drool too. The other campy crosses are pretty goopy all over too, but afaik campy doesn't get all that messy in the pitchers.
    Zu, I only have the one at this time. The N. boschiana is about a foot across now and the pitcher is about 15 cm tall; it doesn't make much nectar except for right in the middle of the lid. The goopy nectar definitely a trait from N. campanulata, mine get covered in nectar once the pitchers harden a little; the nectar stays as large globules all over the lid and peristome that are very viscous -- I would have a picture of it if I didn't snap off the most recent pitcher a few days ago!

    Edit: In fact, there are some (bad) pictures near the top of the page where my BE N. campanulata pitchers are just beginning to produce nectar.
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