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    Yes, I have no plans for propogating this plant. Not all of the pitchers are polymorphic, a few appear to be mature. I compared my plant with pictures of fully mature specimens, and 'my' pitchers appear identical; albeit smaller, and sans that distinctive peristome. You're right, I could have the thought in my head that my plant is absolutely Judith Finn, and I'm actually ABSOULTELY mistaken. Oh well, I'm just glad to have a nice, neat, Nep to admire![img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
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    This topic has come up often on the cpdigest also... If I recall correctly there are 3 different hybrids sold by Gublers at one time or another. Plus the possibility that homedepot/lowes may have other suppliers also. Sorry I don't recall what the consensus was on what just might be floating around.. Even Gublers doesn't know for sure.

    Although some Nepenthes are polymorphic and others are not, unless they are mature sized it would difficult to determine just what it might be.. Even then you have to deal with lower pitchers, intermediate pitchers and upper pitchers all of which may look different, making identification very hard even with pure species sometimes.

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    both of you are right... and NG? You nailed it... you have a beautiful Nepenthes to Admire!

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