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    Hey, no problem! I appreciate your enthusiasm!

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    Neps.....I....I...I.....WOW!!

    Stunning! Breathtaking! Stupendous! Magnificent! Now on to the second picture....LOL. Seriously, that's some great photography. You're neps are real gems. I only hope to get my aristolochioides to be 8 cm! How long did it take you to grow it to that size?
    That platychilla is really cool, too. Is it related to jacquelenae? They have similarly shaped pitchers.
    Thanks for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ] I think your also not realizing the years of growing and difficulty and expense to get a N. hamata to flower.
    Hear! Hear! What an amazing collection
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]I only hope to get my aristolochioides to be 8 cm! How long did it take you to grow it to that size?
    That platychilla is really cool, too. Is it related to jacquelenae? They have similarly shaped pitchers.
    Thanks for sharing!
    You're welcome!

    The N. aristolochioides has been growing for a couple of years.

    I don't know about any relationship between N. jacquelinea and N. platychila, and think any direct relationship is very unlikely, for if I'm not mistaken, they're from very divergent locations.

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    Quote[/b] ]Hear! Hear! What an amazing collection
    Thanks, Rob! Considering your expertise, that's high praise indeed! BTW, have you any observations concerning variations among populations of N. lowii from different areas? I'm very interested to hear what you might have to say about this, for you've had the chance to see them in the wild....

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    Absolutely stunning set of photos. The plants are amazing...siuch beautiful shape, design and color.

    Can't help but like that N. aristolochioides. And mannnny others too.

    What a treat....thanks!

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