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    If so, how is it doing? How are you keeping it? Temps, humidity, ect...

    thanks

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    I just have mine in with the rest of my highland neps. Temps in the upper seventies daytime, lower sixties nighttime. Humidity between 50 and 80%. Seems happy as a clam!



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    That's such an odd combo... like a rottweiler mixed with a terrier. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

    I'd be curious to see what it looks like when it's fully mature if it isn't already.

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    Met too! This picture is a couple months old, so it's not at all mature yet. The pitchers appear large for the size of the plant, though, so it seems like they'll be BIG later.

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    Boy, that sure is a odd duck! WEIRD looking pitchers....

    From what I've heard, the truncata pitcher size is a dominant trait in hybrids. Looks like you got the aristo coloration, though, and the shape...well, it looks like a sea cucumber!
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    Amazing. I want one (or any hybrid with aristolichioides)

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