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    Dear All,

    Here are my collection of N. sanguinea. Pitchers size varys from 10cm to 20cm. A couple of months back 3 plants from Genting Highlands flowered - 1 male and two females. In one of the photos you will see seeds amongst the upper pitchers.

    Plants from Cameron Highlands tend to be more spotty. While the Genting Highland varieties show dotty and "sanguine" colour on top.

    Lower pitcher, Genting Highlands (GH) showing a very red lid


    LP, GH with a very red peristome


    Intermediate and upper pitchers (GH)


    Green upper pitcher (GH) amongst staghord fern. Note the new form seeds


    Another upper pitcher (GH)


    More lower pitchers (GH)


    Spotted variety from Cameron Highlands (CH)


    Elongated variety from Cameron Highland


    Another long from pitcher (CH)


    Hope you enjoy the pics

    Choong

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    simply fantastic! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Are those varients, locations or greenhouses that the names come from? Mine look like type 2
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    Wow! That's a lot of Sanguineas! Where did you get them all?

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    Thanks for the very fine photos!!/ Tomas

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    Darcie, they are the locations: Genting Highlands (GH) and Cameron Highlands (CH). [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]
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    One male and two females flowered? That's great! I take it one male flower makes plenty of pollen for two females?
    I am glad you clarified some of the location data with color forms. It used to be hard to get anything but the green spotted form here in the states.

    Regards,

    Joe

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    I love that Cameron Highland N. sanguinea! Reminds me of the Clone E from Exotica Plants.

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