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Thread: Cameron Highlands Nepenthes

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    Thanks josh...but how is it you can see them?

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    You have a link where it says "other photos may be viewed here".
    Those are really nice. I am not sure what the dainty unidentified ones are. my first thought was it N. gracillima, considering where you were, but could it also be pale uppers of macfarlanei?

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    Hi Colinliew,

    very nice pictures! The pale pitchers seem to be upper pitchers of N. macfarlanei.

    Cheers Joachim

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    I pasted the URL from the "properties" list when you right click the mouse on the red "x" box. Curiously, after viewing each image in a new browser window, all the little red "x" boxes have the image now!

    May I inquire as to where the plants listed as "in cultivation" are being cultivated? They really look great!

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    Thanks everyone, didn't know there was such a big difference between macfarlanei's upper and lower pitchers. I assume the ones I labelled "n. macfarlanei (?)" really are correct?

    Swords, funnily enough that's what happened to me too, now most of them are visible. The ones in cultivation come from several places. "Unidentified Nepenthes" and "Unidentified Nepenthes 2" come from a privately-owned nursery called "Rose Valley" that specialised in growing roses. The N. sanguinea was being sold at one of the roadside garden shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (swords @ Dec. 30 2003,18:31)]Curiously, after viewing each image in a new browser window, all the little red "x" boxes have the image now!
    The images are stored in your computers cache folder and are being reloaded from there whenever you view this thread.

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    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    A roadside garden shop was selling that!? Amazing! Did you get one?

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    Colin, I followed Swords advice on how to view your photos and I have to agree that they are quite spectacular. Fantastic photos and fantastic plants.
    Neil.
    A 'pitcher gallery' is where the art is drawn by Mother Nature and a 'pitcher says a thousand words'.
    My pitcher gallery is at: http://community.webshots.com/user/neilsingapore

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