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    Thanks stone jaguar,... had to do a quick search on "anthocyanins" . "Intense light and low temperatures favor the development of anthocyanin pigments. ".....Hmmmm wonder if that applies to neps too? I bet it does. Very cool! Im interested to see how they turn out... Do you have a pic?

    Hamish, I'm curious... which feature is it?
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    An extremely reflexed lid...
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    Oh that's right.

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    looks like inermis might be a different form because of the lip
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    The lack of a peristome is a distinct feature in inermis upper pitchers, but even the first few upper pitchers of inermis have a bit of peristome before it finally disappears. For intermediate pitchers which are shown in the photos, the lid is the one feature which is a clincher.
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    Now that i see it again, i would say it's definitely an Inermis.

    BTW: Sydney, what is the distinct feature that says it's not a Dubia?
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    NepenthesMaster it's:
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    Quote[/b] (SydneyNeps @ Nov. 11 2004,4:07)]An extremely reflexed lid...
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    Hi,

    I am in no way questioning the ID of the plant in the discussion, but looking at photos on the net I'm not sure the extremly reflexed lid is a characteristic for lower pitchers on N. dubia.

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