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    Marcello,

    I have just added a couple of new pics to my rowanae page, that Rod Kruger took on one of his trips - I have more rowanae pics from Rod, but I didn't want to clutter my page with too many pics. Rod has heaps and heaps of rowanae photos, so it might be an idea to contact him directly to see what he can send you. About a quarter of his lowland greenhouse is full of different rowanae variants, and I've been pestering him about taking pics, but he has been extremely busy and hasn't gotten around to it yet. Anyway, drop him a line, and he'll probably be able to send you what he has - you might need to wait a couple of weeks for a reply as he has guests all November.

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    Hi Nong and welcome to the forums. I think it's a great idea for Marcello to get pictures of rowanae and compare them with your vikings!.

    Hopefully we will all learn something new

    gus

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    Has anyone ordered plants from this company?

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    Hi Gus ,
    More pics. of Viking and new hybrid of N. thorelii x Sarracenia purpurea . Let's look and you might like it (Haaa). I call it Neothorel , but my friend give a very lovely nickname " Opossum ". Visit http://www.neofarmthailand.com/index.p....Ntype=6 if you would like to see "Opossum"

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    Hi Nong:

    those pictures are spectacular. I think it'd be great to put all types of vikings in one page and when the time comes, we can match up all the Vikings with all the types of Rowanae from Cape York. i think it'll be a very interesting but fun game to play.

    Gus

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    Nong,

    Tell us more about your Neothorel or Opossum. It looks interesting. On your Web page you say
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    Quote[/b] ]For the truth , it's true species.

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    Nong,

    It also hints you sell plants. Do you have all the proper paperwork to do that on your end to go Overseas? If so, I bet there are quite a few of us over here that would love to get some.

    Cheers,

    Joe

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    Hi BobZ,
    It's believable that this Neothorel is mutated from N. thorelii . One villager in the north of Thailand who I knew quite well picked it up from the ground when it's about 3 inches high. It grew wild under the bushes of many large thorelii and there are only thorelii , big and small in this area. He saw its strange tiny pitcher and knew that it should be valuable , so he planted in pot and showed it to me when I visited him. I explored the area and believed it shouldn't be hybrid. It's my most favorite and I named it Neothorel for luckiness to my NeoExoticPlants Nursery in respect to Local Thai believe. Keep in the best place. Never cut . Perhaps it's the only one thorelii (or Nep. spp and hybrids) with this unique shape . I think it look like a walking duck , but my companions said like penguin , after short arguement , we call it "Opossum".Don't know why [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

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