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    Yay! These are about a week old. I will try to post some more pics tomorrow. Currently cramming for a "pop" test.


    N. glabrata


    N. diatas 'forest form'


    N. eymae


    and N. veitchii (bareo highland)

    Didn't post this one because it's not a pitcher picture, but you can still see a bunch of pitchers if you squint:
    http://www.cpforums.org/gallery/myplants/P3110062 (N. tentaculata)

    See ya,
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Tony Paroubek @ June 02 2004,11:31)]one day I will have a big enough lowland area to produce a giant N. rafflesiana pitcher!

    Tony
    OOOOO yea I can't wait!!!!!

    Lowlander area would be awesome!!!!!
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    Tony, Is it a young Rob in this photo? It's the best "mad botanist" photo ever! Just look at that leaf & pitcher! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
    For everyone else here's the pic we're talking about (linked from BE - I hope Rob doesn't mind)


    I like the peristome on that N. bongso! Such a vibrant green do the uppers develop any coloration?

    TC the peristomes on the N. diatas (I need one of them) and N. veitchii are excellent! How big is the veitchii? Mines been growing so slow with no signs of pitchers like that anytime soon!

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    Hi,

    very impressive pictures altogether!

    Years ago in pre-WWW-times Rob shared slides of the plants he sold. He had pictures of many very impressive plants shown by a guy with very dirty fingers... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

    The upper N. bongso of Tony's plant is strikingly different from the upper pitcher my N. carunculata produces:

    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/joachim/N_carunculata_280504.jpg[/img]

    I'm still not confident that N. carunculata and N. bongso are the same species.

    Cheers Joachim

    P.S.: I've updated few of the pics on my HP last weekend.

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    My veitchii pitcher is about 4" (~10cm) tall. It's about 6.5" (~16.5cm) in diameter measuring at the widest part. I've had it since... early March. The pictured pitcher was just an upcurledm, fuzzy leaf when the plant arrived.

    Also, if you like the N. diatas 'forest form', you may also like N. diatas 'meadow form'. Mine just opened a new pitcher, but it looks like it will be pretty similar to the last one, pictured here:
    http://www.cpforums.org/gallery/myplants/P2060543

    Pat

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    Heh? Ventricosa from Borneo/new Guinea? Now what did you get there Josh? And from whom?
    As always you guys have great plants!
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    Nice picture Joachim. There certainly is alot of variation in the N. bongso/carunculata group! My plant pictured is the clone A from Exotica. It arrived with no pitchers and has only made uppers.
    This photo I borrowed from Exotica to show the lowers:


    I also have N. bongso from Phill Mann and Malesiana and they are fairly different in pitcher shape. Supposedly the Malesiana plant was formally considered as N. carunculata robusta. All very confusing...

    Tony



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    I noticed the comment about red ventricosa from the rcky mnts of Borneo and New Guinea also. What is up with that?
    All the same, excellent photos.

    Joe

    PS Does anyone know when Phill Mann willb e up and running? It was supposed to be second week of May, last I heard.

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