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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    That Nep you have there Tim, is either N. x Ventrata or pure N.Ventriocsa which I think it is.

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    The Gubler's Nep I have is more simialar to the timbudtwo's, only the peristome and lid are different. The peristome is ridged, and a little bit coloured, dripping with nectar, and the lid is raised, and very raff like.

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    Hi Tim

    I believe my (very first) nep is a Gublers as well...I believe from Lowes...I can't remember. I have been told it is most likely a ventricosa.

    Mine is a bit over a year old. It stayed very small all summer until I put it in this terrarium and brought it inside. Then it took off! It now has 15 pitchers (including the little tiny ones from last year that are still alive). It will soon need a new home.

    Here is my baby...



    And here is just a photo tip for anyone who cares. A lot of people don't realize that a photo off a digital camera can be as wide 17-24" or larger (physical size) depending on what resolution setting you are using. That large a resolution is intended for *PRINTING* purposes, not the internet. IF possible, it is better to resize the photo down to a smaller width (6-8") both for ease of viewing (no scrolling!) and for much faster file downloads. Not everybody has DSL. Most digital cameras come with a basic image editing program where you can resize your photo. I always keep one high-res image for printing and one lower res for the internet. Just a suggestion!

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    it looks like N ventrosica

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    this should be moved to the identify plant forum

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