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    Wow that clone is much prettyer Imo.
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    Tony, you have a fantastic muluensis there!. I wanted to ask you whether this is from Gunung Mulu or Gunung Murud. I got some from Malesiana lately and it says that they are from gunung Murud. I am still not sure whether the location has a lot to do witht the cream-colour on the top of the pitchers. A clone from Phil Mann is completely purple but i don't know where he got it from.


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    darn you, Tony. Now I have to go clear more room.

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    This is the purple clone from Malesiana. I am not sure where it is from. If I guessed it would be G. Mulu. It is available in AU from Exotica as well. I don't know where Phill Mann got his. It could be the purple Malesiana clone or it could be something different.

    The Wistuba plant has pointier leaves and purple coloring but not the solid purple that the Malesiana/Exotica plant has throughout the entire plant. You can get a glimpse of the leaves in the photo. The green clone from Malesiana has a purple pitcher and green leaves with just a little purple flush.
    (note I am talking about lower pitchers only. I have only seen upper pitchers so far from the purple Malesiana/Exotica plant)
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    Hi all:

    Thanks Tony for your guidance. It's good to know the origins of all these plants to some extent.

    It'd be great to know which type of muluensis BE has: Rob, any clues?

    Thanks

    Gus

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