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    cool, another scary hamata pic! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/wow.gif[/img]

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    nice pics , i love the nep canibalism one , really funny .

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    nate, I beg to differ, N. ovata has much more darker colored leaves (at lest my clone does) and much more of a curled back peristomed with points (similar to N. truncata).

    N. bongso/carunculata on the other hand has much more of black appearance overall and wavy fluted peristome vs. ovata's pointy one.

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    Hmm. Well thats wierd. My bongso from wistuba doesnt have a very wide peristome, and the leaves stay green. Does anybody really know the differences between bongso, carunculata, and ovata ?

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    Read my above statement and notice the slash between bongso and carunculata. Supposedly N. bongso and N. carunculata are synomous....taxonomists fight over this, so we leave that issue to them.

    N. ovata I think is quite distinct from The N. bongso complex. Go to Malesiana's site for further reference.

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    You bet they are, my ovata is quite different from my bongso. They are totally 2 different species.

    Gus

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    I see. the two are deffinately different then [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] .

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