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    What is the smallest species of nepenthes?

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    I think, its Ne. argentii.

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    I believe the smallest nep is N.argentii.
    Ironically it also happens to be the most expensive nep commercially available.
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    From what i've heard it's the N. Belli. I think...
    Either that, or Argentii, Glabrata, eymae, dubia, inermis, and things like those.
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    Of the currently described species, N. argentii has the smallest pitchers.
    Demystifying Nepenthes: http://www.nepenthesforeveryone.com

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    eymae gets pretty good size.

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    Not the upper pitchers. They are like, less than three inches tall.
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    I think the post was in reference to plant size overall not just pitcher size
    Tony

    btw. N. eymae uppers are significantly larger than 3". I have personally measured upper pitchers on my clone B at around 6-7" from the bottom of the curve to the top of the peristome.
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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