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    Hello

    I have been growing N. jaquelineae for over a year now. It seems to be very easy and a fast grower.

    Here are a few more photos of the N. macrophylla/trusmadensis.

    When I first received the N. macrophylla
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/jeremiahharris/2003-6-16%20050.jpg[/img]

    and here is the whole plant
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/jeremiahharris/macr%20012.jpg[/img]

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    Arrow

    Just simply amazing Nepenthes, Jeremiah.

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    O boy.. to open a can of worms again.. The N. macfarlanei was from a batch of wild seed. To put it mildly, very few of the plants appear to be pure N. macfarlanei! I have long since stopped releasing them but not before a few small seedlings left the building. Anyone want a bunch of N. macfarlanei, ramispina, sanguinea mixed hybrids? heh

    I am still fairly certain that one N. macrophylla is N. trusmadiensis.. time will tell for sure. That picture from Wistuba, Max, is misleading because it is not showing a lower pitcher of the hybrid as well.

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    ill take any hybrids Tony [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] i still have room in my intermediate/highland tank. poor lowland tank is quite crowded though, dang amp is growing by leaps and bounds along with all the hybrids in there.
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    Great pics Jeremiah! They are all very nice, but of course I favor your villosa , macrophylla, and jaquelinea. Can you tell a difference in growth of your villosa, and macrophylla between growing them in your greenhouse, and growing them in your freezer at lower temps?

    Do you lower your freezer temps to 38 as Jeff suggests for villosa, and how do the rest of your plants in freezer handle that? The reason I ask, Is I have a 2" villosa that appears to be growing well with lows in the 50's. I'm wondering if I should put it in my freezer, at lower temps, and if so, how will I be able to put any other ultrahighlanders in there? Raja, macrophylla, Hopefully edwardsiana, ect? I am not sure they would appreciate 38 degree lows?
    Thank you Sir,
    Again VERY NICE plants, and thank You for sharing!
    Robin

    On a side note; Does anyone have a pic of a young trusmediensis(sp) , and a young macrophylla , with pitchers that are no longer polymorphous ? So we can compare them? Tony?
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    Hello

    Tony so that is for sure not pure N. macfarlanei correct?

    "Do you lower your freezer temps to 38 as Jeff suggests for villosa"
    I do not take it down that low. It gets down to 45F to 48F every night.

    I have see a lot of plants that don't nessisalrry need it that low will grow faster the normal. Here are the plants I cerantly grow in the freezer

    N. aristolochioides
    N. densiflora
    N. dubia
    N. ephippiata
    N. jacquelineae
    N. macrophylla
    N. muluensis
    N. rajah

    a few plants that I have tried groing there that did not seem to like it are.
    N. so
    N. burbidgeae
    N. hamata
    N. inermis
    N. lowii
    N. sibuyanensis
    N. talangensis

    thanks
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    Great plants & photos Jeremiah as always [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
    Your N. macfarlanei looks like my first N. ramispina I brought! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_l_32.gif[/img]
    So I guess a cross between those two species. And a very nice hybrid as well.
    How big is your freezer? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smilie4.gif[/img]

    cheers

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    Thanks Jeremiah,
    Thats very helpfull. Saves me months of experimentation [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] ! I'll have to try those guys in there. I concur, thats not pure macfarlanei.

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