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    Hi,

    do you know what this is?

    [img]http://home.**********.com/joachim/N_J.jpg[/img]

    [img]http://home.**********.com/joachim/N_K.jpg[/img]

    Sorry no tips and nothing to win here... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]

    Joachim

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    Joachim,
    what ya mean nothing to win that takes all the fun out of it but any way i would haveto say N.villosa
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    Looks like N. lowii to me....

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    Initially I would agree with Neps but I think Joachim has lowii already so I am going to guess ephippiata
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    Put me down for N. lowii also!

    My other potential guess would be N. x Trusmadiensis. However the plant is still quite young with a fairly undefined peristome, but I have seen very small plants of N. x Trusmadiensis at this size and they are distinguishable.
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    i don't think it is N.lowii the leaves are pointed. N.lowii are more round at the end. also there is fur on the pitcher and leaves but, the shape of the pitchers do look like N.lowii.
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    N. lowii is pretty furry. I see what you mean about the leaf shape. Yes N. lowii typically has a blunt shaped leaf. When they are small though they have more pointed leaves and as the plants get older and larger they change shape. Deffinately was one thing that had me pondering a bit also though.
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    Looks like the N. lowii on Joachim's webpage, lol.

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