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    Dang those pics are awesome, I don't know which one I like better, the clipeata or the campanulata!!!! I think I can say I love them both the same.

    and Drew you and your highlanders....making him post a picture of the chamber, you should be ashamed of yourself [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/laugh.gif[/img]
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    It is HOT! I'm not sure my summer solution for my highlands is going to suffice; not if we have a summer of this!

    Nice plants. My aristo seems to have more reddish spots than yours, but each pitcher is a little different so far, so it may get darker.
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    D, the aristo above isn't even fully colored yet. Those maroon spots and the peristome will actually turn purple/black like my N. hamata when it's fully colored up. I think on my younger pitchers they were more reddish in color. This plant is about 8" in diameter and about 2 years since I've had it. I likely got it maybe 6-12 months out of TC since it was just a dime sized plant when it came!

    Tony, I had a feeling that big clipeata at OL was the complex hybrid since it was so big I figured it probably was from that original batch of seeds after that little fiasco came to light last year. I'd still like Jerry to cut a piece for me but he claims it won't root, he'd be a little richer if he did though! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/laugh.gif[/img]

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    huh.. They root for me real easy. I just chopped up my big ones and will probably run a special on them this Summer. It is a real nice plant. Sorta like a N. clipeata on steroids!

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    Yes, I haven't had any problems with rooting/starting any Neps except for N. ampullaria stem cuttings. I saw you had some red ampullaria cuttings are these basal cuttings or stem cuttings? If stem cuttings, I'd like to know the secret to doing that cos only the very tip cutting grew for me when I diced up one of my greenies. The basal rosettes are easy, maybe my vine was just too long/old by the time I tried it?

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