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    A lot of the Neps I want most I got this year!:
    N. aristolochioides, N. clipeata, N. macrophylla, N. truncata (highland) & N. burbidgeae x edwardsiana. These plus my favorites N. burbidgeae, N. rajah, N. villosa & N. x tiveyi etc etc now reside in my greenhouse [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] Now I can look forward to the years ahead as they get bigger and actually look like the plants you see in books [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

    I am still waiting for N. edwardsiana.. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_o_32.gif[/img]
    A guy on the CPUK forum reckons he got one from a person in Japan.. I wonder?? And others I should have listed include:
    N. x trusmadiensis, N. x kinabaluensis & N. x alisaputrana

    cheers

    bill

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    JustlikeAPill, You don't need a permit to order from him, but it will take roughly 6mos to receive the plant. He sends orders to the US randomly and a distributor sends them to you once received.

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    I would also love to find some good lowland female breeders, like the original female N. Mixta that is supposed to be around.

    Vigorous, free-flowering, large pitchered female clones of N. hookeriana-red peristome form, or N. northiana.

    Trent

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    I have a lot.
    N. x tomomi
    N. x tiveyi
    N. aristochloides
    N. edwardsiana
    N. macrophylla
    N. klossi
    N. x dyeriana
    N. truncata highland
    N. villosa
    N. talangensis
    N. maxima x trusmadiensis
    N. argentii
    N. lowii
    N. veitchii highland striped
    N. inermis
    N. jacquelineae
    N. the newly discovered one on Wistuba's page
    N. x alisaputrana
    N. x trusmadiensis
    N. x kinabaluensis
    N. platychila
    N. vlossii (Sp?)
    That's just the beginning of my list
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    Iíd pick N. inermis and the conditions for growing it. If thatís not possible, then N. sumatrana. By the way, does anyone know why photos of N. Sumatrana on the web show very different kinds of pitchers? Some photos show a funnel-shaped pitcher (the kind I like), and others show a more or less cylindrical pitcher, or even a pitcher that is bulbous at the bottom typical of Nepenthes. Do the lower and upper pitchers of N. sumatrana vary that much?

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    The uppers I beleive are more funnel form. I have a sumatrana but no pitchers yet. It wants even more lowland cond. than bical. So it has its own little chamber with higher temp and humidity.

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    Ok, I decided. Truncata Highland Red.

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    Well, it is my turn:

    N. dubia
    N. species B
    N X alisaputrana
    N X kinabaluensis
    Doormans top 1
    Doormans top 2
    N. edwardsiana if it is ever cultured


    Gus

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