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    you forgot Nepenthes alata Gus

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    Hi,

    N. sibuyanensis is still a very slow growing and quite difficult plant for me. My clone grows best in intermediate and highland conditions but dislikes warm summer temperatures. From my experiences the light levels shouldn't be too high, a less bright place is prefered. Of course my plant doesn't originate from Rob and might prefer other conditions:







    Joe, as soon as the growing tip of a seedling stage Nepenthes sadly there isn't much hope to get it back to life. Normally only bigger plants will survive such damage with a dormant node below the damaged area starting to grow.

    Cheers Joachim

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    Joachim,

    It's a rooted cutting from Malaysiana, so I will still hang on to hope . [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/ghostface.gif[/img]

    Thanks,

    Joe

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    I have a sibuyanensis question. Mine has a red tinge on the edge of the leaves. Is this a characteristic of the species, or just my clone? I have not seen any other pictures with this, but I have seen mostly young plants. Any thoughts?



    EDIT: picture attached

    Pat




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    Has anyone got any personal experience about the airflow need of N. argentii? As Dustin pointed out, it does grow high, and in a windy environment, so it would make sense. One of the interesting things about this species are the seed are less filiform(I hope that is the right term) than other Nepenthes seed, as it is NOT advantageous for them to go floating along like the other species. They would end up in the ocean.

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    Joe

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    Joachim,
    Very ncie plant!!

    Pat,
    Mine has the same leaf chararistic, except, mine alittle redder.
    Kevin
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    Yup, here's mine. [img]http://home.**********.com/nepenthesgracilis/sib1.JPG[/img]

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