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    Here's a pic of the aforementioned plant

    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/stonejaguar/Nepenthes%20singalana%20Gunung%20Talamau.jpg[/img]

    The larger of the two pitchers here is about 7.5 cm, so it's still far from being a mature lower pitcher.

    Comments?

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    Well, my only comment is that's a cool looking pitcher!

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    Here's my N. singalana from Wistuba:

    Old small pitcher from last summer


    More recent pitcher from this spring or so


    Your plant (to me) looks like a very dark colored clone of N. singalana. Perhaps it's not pure?

    From what I recall of seeing pics, N. izumiae is much thinner from about the bottom third towards the opening where it widens a bit.

    I think it's the member Agustinfranco who has a verified N. izumiae cutting from Exotica, perhaps he'll chime in with some pics of his plant.

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    I have this clone of N. singalana from Wistuba also. As far as I know it is not N. izumiae.

    Josh your N. singalana looks just like the other clone I have from Wistuba and more typical for the species.

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    awesome! if mine grows like that i'll be very impressed
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    WOW!

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    Hey Tony, (or anyone else growing N. singalana) do you have either of these N. singalana forms in an advanced age? Do your pitchers ever get as big as they are described in Clarkes Neps of Sumatra book?
    My plant is begining to climb and make basal shoots but it's still only making 10-12 cm pitchers, not the 20-25 cm ones told of in the book.

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    I have had both N. singalana clones for some time but have not given them the space to really see what they can do so they are not producing anything near that size.
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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