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    Um, why dont they consider fusca sarrawak to be N. faizaliana? I mean, it really doesnt even look like a fusca? Kinda makes me angry [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] .

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    I think N. faizaliana is quite different from N. fusca 'sarawak'. Not really sure where you are getting N. fusca looks like N. faizaliana.

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    Dustin,
    I received a fusca sarawak labeled as faisaliana, so LOL is probably a vicitim of the same injustice.
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    finch my first cp was a nep, 'Miranda' to be exact. i got it last october as a sickly looking abused plant with no pitchers, now it has not one but TWO flower stalks and has 8 inch plus pitchers. they are easier than some CPs since you dont have to worry about dormancy.

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    Cool pics [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Joe,

    You think the N. diatas looks etiolated (i.e. pail and weak)

    As for the growth formů.It's vining growth was a bit of a surprise to me for such a young plant.

    Whether that growth is in response to tying to reach for light, just natural vining or something else, I don't know.

    Anyone seen a young plant vine like that before?

    Aaron.

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    N. diatas and it's relatives do not form real compact plants even when young. Yours is a bit more than typical when grown in high light but probably due to the long quarantine period. I suspect with nice bright light you will see the internode spacing shorten up a bit with new growth. Coming through quarantine during the Winter months is probably what did it considering N. diatas is used to lots of sun on it's mountain top home.
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    Thanks for that info Tony.

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