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hardy - N. truncata X campanulata
Red Lowii - N. rafflesiana x xtrusmadiensis
NepXGorgicus - N. truncata Pasian Highland
davidgreen - N. robcantleyii
rdlsreno - N. truncata red
Dragoness - N. bicalcarata
divaskid - N. spectabilis x ventricosa
hcarlton - N. (inermis x singalana) x mira
Hope I don't get laughed out of the contest for the low picture quality but here's my pitcher I'm putting into play!
I'll try and get a better quality photo before the end of the month. This is my Nepenthes truncata 'pasian highland' form. It's been with me since 2009 as a lil' young-un.
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Here is my entry using a camera not my phone a couple of day latter.
N. truncata red seed grown wild
My N. Bicalcarata just popped open a new pitcher while I was on vacation!
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Pretty sweet looking Truncata rdlsreno, do you know where the seed originated from?
Last edited by rdlsreno; 08-17-2014 at 04:23 PM.
So it's basically an unknown locality truncata (Mindanao is the only island it grows on, aside from possibly close satellite islands). With the color I'd bet it's a highland, but great plant either way!
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Here is a photo taken on Aug 3 of the new leaf. It has a red tinge which fades as it matures. The growing pitcher of the new leaf is now half the size of a much older pitcher beside it.
N. truncata red seedgown wild new leaf
Last edited by rdlsreno; 08-18-2014 at 12:19 AM.
Wow nice bical dragoness