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    Wow, a nice couple of picture posts recently. A couple of HUUGE ovata's! Very nice! Thanks guys, for sharing.
    Ok I have some more here to add to the fray!

    ampullaria spotted


    aristolochioides


    campanulata




    densiflora


    dyeriana


    lowii x ventricosa

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    couple more...
    macrophylla


    maxima x vietchii


    predator


    singalana


    sumatrana


    a couple trusmadiensis






    ventricosa x ampullaria spotted
    (thanks Phil)


    That's it for now. Hope ya like em.
    Robin

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    that is probly one of the better pictures of N. sumatrana I've seen. I definatly need to go pick one of those up when I have room for a large plant like that.

    Also I've never seens campanulata's peristome do that. My camp is similar size, maybe alittle bigger, and it doesn't do that it stays thin.
    https://www.instagram.com/hull.jess/ (I post pics of my plants there)

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    Your campanulata is amazing. i've never seen one like it. are all the pitchers like this?
    do the new pitchers's peristome(s?) undulate too?

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    Thanks guys.
    I thought the campanulata was odd too. That is the 1'st time its done that. I kinda like the ruffles though.

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    awesome plants rhlrist

    the maxima x veitchii is stunning

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    Nice, Robin. Always enjoy seeing your stuff! BTW,
    where did you obtain your N. sumatrana, if I may ask?

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    Hi Robin
    Your plants are fantastic DYERIANA my favourite nep of all lovely.
    Bye for now julian

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