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    This Nepenthes came from **********
    As I'm not sure about it's ID
    anyone can help?



    another photo



    Thanks
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    Looks like a young N. sanguinea.

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    I agree with trashcan. N. sanguinea.

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    I'm with them.

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    Looks very much like my N. sanguinea "orange form" (is that a real name?) mine originated from Borneo Exotics and looked almost exactly like that when it was small. It's turning out to be one of my fastest growers, reaching about 75 cm high with 20 cm pitchers since I got it last August! It was a 6-8 inch diameter plant when it came but dxmn I didn't expect it to be such a fast grower! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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    My baby about 2 months ago with her first 20 cm pitcher!



    I'll add that the all "red form" (also from Borneo Exotics) is a good, fast grower too but not as fast as the orange and for me the pitchers aren't as large (only 15 cm for me so far). The red form might actually be from a higher elevation and pitcher bigger in cooler temps....

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    Arrow

    It's a Sanguinea.

    I also got mine from PFT.

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    Thanks guys as I thought too
    So now I can be sure
    Arie
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    Hi all:

    it may as well be N. sanguinea, but if you look at this picture, well a bicalcarata hybrid may be too.

    I guess i may be seeing to many neps that i am getting confused:O



    Considering the price, perhaps sanguinea would be the first choice, but my point is that with so many hybrids around, it is getting more difficult to guess what is what nowadays!

    Gus

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