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Thread: A few hybrid nepenthes photos

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    thank you rlhirst,

    The coloration for the hybrid is well suited. I rather like the contrast of the green on maroon peristome. When I got it, it had 2 pitchers. Now it has 5 pitchers.

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    I am re-opening this photo topic as I have some new photos in the following Post portraying the changes of pitcher development in some of the above plants.

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    Yes the Maxima "dark" x Spactabilis does it for sure.Its amazing how a plant with colourfull lowers can have the colours look as if they,have been wtered down on its upppers which seems to be the norn for neps.Does anybody know why this is?
    Bye for now Julian

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    chesara,

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    Quote[/b] ]Its amazing how a plant with colourfull lowers can have the colours look as if they,have been wtered down on its upppers which seems to be the norn for neps.
    I don't understand what you mean by the above, are you referring to the dominant and recessive traits?

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    just wondered why nep uppers are usually not as colourfull as lowers?
    Cheers julian

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