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    This is the late February gallery trip to Tony's.


    N. aristolochioides

    A red N. burbidgeae

    I think this is the Giant form of C. follicularus.

    A striped N. eymae

    Need no introduction or explanation.

    H. minor flower

    N. jacquelineae

    The big N. mira

    The seldomly seen N. talangensis...I opted for a cutting ASAP from Tony.

    N. truncata highland




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    N. ventricosa

    N. villosa plant

    N. villosa pitcher

    N. veitchii striped

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    Excellent plants, Tony and excellent photos, Dustin.

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    I like the N. truncata highland! You don't see many of those around!

    SF

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    Hehe Dustin,
    That's funny. Just recently I requested a talangensis as well. It had to have been before you! But, are you sure those are the giant form of the Ceph? I ordered that same stock from him about a year ago, and mine are not near that big... Also, can you please let me know which plants are actually for sale?
    Thanks!!
    Lithopsman

    P.S. Did you snap any pics of N. sp. 2? I am very curious to see a younger plant of that species
    I am back..

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    Nice very! tony Dustin awesome photos

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    Hi guys, thanks for the kind comments on the photos and Tonys growing expertise.

    Lithopsman, I think that is a younger seedling of C. follicularus "giant" form from german TC. Also,Tony is a seperate grower, I do not sell the plants and do not know what is or what is not for sale. You would have to contact Tony for clarification.

    I did see N. sp. #2 and it looks like a fat tubby striped N. tentaculata to me.

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    Hey Dustin,
    I know that you aren't affiliated in any way, I just figured he might tell you if you are acting interested, he might let you know. As for the sp. 2, I don't quite think I can picture that, but I'll try. *squints and thinks* THANKS!!
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