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    I was in Taiwan a few months ago, and i saw a really attractive nepenthes at this stall at this place that sells plants. The stall had all these cool orchids and carnivorous plants. I was really short on time so i couldn't buy it [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img] (i have a house in Taiwan), but it looked sort of like a N. veitchii with a striped peristome, but it looked different, the leaves looked like N. maxima leaves. I know i should post a photo, but i didn't bring my camera, so i couldn't take a picture. I really should have bought stuff there. There was a large N. maxima x bongso, lost of saraccenias, venus fly traps, mature N. maximas, psychopsis orchids, terrestrial bladderworts, and a whole bunch of other stuff. Another stall had those giant amazon waterlilies along with other waterlilies ( should have got one of those too).
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    carcinos, the giant water lilly was it a queen victoria from south america or was it a eurayle forex from asia
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    there was a queen victoria and a eurale ferox
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    the plant looked like the N. veitchii pics on Andreas Wistubas' page but again, the leaves looked different.
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    veitchii has a couple diff forms so it still could be one
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