Hello. I would just like to show off a crude photo of my young (very young) N. pilosa that I received a while ago:
This is the first pitcher that it has produced while in my care. It had 2 other pitchers when i got it. I guess I am pretty excited about it. You can't see it in the blurry photo, but it is covered in hairs.
Just so that coming to this post was not a complete wast of time, here are some others:
N. xcoccinea. I like its peristome and it has a nice lid too. The pitchers are getting bulkyer and more wine red as each one is produced. I currently keep this lowlander in my highland tank, but it seems to do fine there.
I guess I'm not a complete failure at pings. These are cuttings of my P. ehlersae that actually sprouted.
A few sarr hybrid seedlings. I ran out of pots when I was reppotting these, so i have 3 distinct groups in one pot. I made sure that I can identify them later on with marks on the pots and a map on a piece of paper. For some reason, I find that my sarr seedlings are prone to fungus. Most of the time they dont die, but it's pretty darn close.
Hope you enjoyed them [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] . A few other pictures comeing in the next few weeks, as soon as my burbidgea opens a swelling pitcher that is almost done . Zongyi