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    well i don't thing it is a N.tobiaca the leaf is not the right shape. i do think it has N. ventricosa in it. would any other people like to give it a try. the pics will be on until sometime next week then i'm removing them.
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    Sorry was out of town. Yes N. ventricosa. My best guess for the other part is N. gracilis. The plant form is very N. gracilis like. And the pitchers are showing alot of N. ventricosa which is typically very dominant in hybrids. The hairs on the lid of the young basal pitchers don't mean much. Many Nepenthes show this trait on young pitchers.

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    Thanks Tony for the input and everyone else
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    Well,
    I e-mailed Doug Bertelsen, and if it's the plant he sent George, it was a plant he got a couple of years ago from Peter Thiel labeled N. khasiana. That's what Doug can contribute. Now I guess we can ask Peter, lol.

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    Meybe it could be a N. Khasiana x N. Ventricosa? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]
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    Well that is not N. khasiana the pitcher look nothing like that (lower or upper).

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    i know the picture isn't that clear but, the lid does look like it could be khasiana but, it also stands vertical which it is a sign of a ventricosa lid. wish i had a better pic to show

    Joe, when i got the plant i asked Doug about it and i got the same responce from him about it (lol)
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    Otherwise, I was going to guess a gracilis hybrid, as it has the "gracile" leaves and looks like a scrambler. When you mentioned teeth, you meant on the peristome and not the lid, right? I could not see fangs under the lid, otherwise I would habe guessed a N. x Cantleyi(bical x gracilis).

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