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    Well, a while back, in my freshie fishtank, i had a rainbow shark. And it was a happy camper. But one day i could never find it. So about 8 months later, i was taking out my drawers to my dresser, and under my dresser, i found the sry dead body of my poor rainbow shark which must of jumped out of the tank. So, to make it a happy ending, i fed it to my biggest and bestest ventrosica red pitcher which is now starting to show flare on the peristome.
    Oh boy.

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    Yes, it is a interesting story. May I please see some pics of that N. Ventricosa pitcher? Thanks.

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    The whole shebang


    The biggest bestest pitcher


    Closeup of the cut lil parrot in my vent pot
    Oh boy.

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    oh! oh! I've got a question. What other plants do you have?
    ~Wes~

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    Thumbs up

    That's a great plant! I just got one, and it's just a big vine, not nice and compact like yours. Nice pitures, though.....uh oh, the betta may have found his final resting place Mwaaa haa haa haaa!
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    It looks more like ventrata to me.

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    Angry

    ditto on what cp2k said. Still a nice plant though.

    noah

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    I also agree, but on Ventrata the nodes are more seperated. It could be either but it points to Ventrata IMO. Still quite a young plant let it grow.

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