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    N. glabrata is definitely one of the most beautiful species. Someday I hope to also see some uppers - thankfully, the lowers are almost as attractive.

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    Wow! I love the flat unfringed wings on this species' uppers paired with the cream base.
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    Thats nice looking.

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    Nice!! I'd be happy with just pitchers on mine!! Ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by chibae View Post
    Very pretty little glab
    BTW the red leopard you sent me a few years back started making uppers last summer
    Nice!

    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    N. glabrata is definitely one of the most beautiful species. Someday I hope to also see some uppers - thankfully, the lowers are almost as attractive.

    Congratulations!!
    Aww, thanks.. if you can coax uppers out of an inermis, I think you're good for glabrata. Just let its tendrils grab something otherwise it doesn't seem like they inflate. One day it all of a sudden shot up 4-5' of vine that has grown in I think all just this year. Everything decided to vine all of a sudden (tenuis, mikei, etc.).

    Quote Originally Posted by Clue View Post
    Wow! I love the flat unfringed wings on this species' uppers paired with the cream base.
    Haha... remind you of maybe.. a clippy?

    Thanks guys!

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