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Thread: Campanulata x hamata

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    A Dowry...Doh! I failed to see that one coming.

    HA! I'll be interested to hear what he has to say! I'm in trouble if Ch'ien wants to pick it apart though It will crumble like a deck of cards under his scrutiny.
    This is basically my idealized version of the cross, and an upper pitcher at that.. and I took certain artistic liberties... heheh

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    I think it's really very good. Only thing is that I doubt the coloration would be pure N. inermis and of course no peristome + N. hamata peristome may not produce something quite so vicious looking!

    Are you a professional graphics person?
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    gugin has a female in flower. (campanulata )

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    And he's in Singapore. But I doubt he'll ask for dowry.
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    I really doubt it will look like that either(based on N. x predator, though it is still quite young), but it's worth a try. If we can get you Gugin's pollen........

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    i'm sending him campanulata pollen, so if you want i can send your hamata to him while i'm at it.

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    Robin:

    Beautiful work and enviable creativity!

    Perhaps if you added N. edwardsiana to your digital gene pool...?

    Kudos,

    SJ

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    Looks like I have got a few wheels turning here. Good!
    I agree with you Rob, and thankyou for the compliment. The teeth would be a third that size if we are lucky, and the pitcher would have a more hamata shape, as well as some diminshed wing vestiges. Proffesional? Well I have a degree in computer graphics, but I have yet to make any $ with it heheh!

    I liked the idea of the pale green upper hamata, and the small delicate green campanulata. I want to do hamata x inermis too... among others I can't get my hands on.
    So! Until I see a real one I say this is what they will look like

    By the way, if anyone does make this cross, can you save me a seed?
    Thanks! Robin

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