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    N. maxima upper


    N. spathulata putting on some size!


    N. petiolata from seed.


    N. eymae


    Wonderful N. macrophylla


    N. ephippiata big pitcher!!!


    N. aristolochioides basal rossette! It pays not to cut your Nepenthes vines!


    N. lowii looking peculiar....intermediate perhaps?

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    Wow, great pics! The N. petiolata looks particularly nice, as does the macrophylla.

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    Give us some ages to go along with each just so we can gage how old they are!


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    Hiya Dustin,

    Great pics as usual. You're lowii pitcher is not quite an intermediate, as intermediates have a more restricted waist and bulbous lower half like upper, but judging by the length of the wings, you've not long to go. You'll also notice with intermediates that they have the woody, smooth texture of upper rather than the slightly hirsute texture of lowers.

    Which variety of maxima is that?

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    looks pretty nice, like that maxima upper.

    *awaits the "june lowlander gallery"....*
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    NICE!!

    I want more! addicted...

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    Hi Dustin
    As ever lovely photos.How long has it taken the Petiolata from seed to get that far?I do like Lowii and Ephippiata both wonderfull plants.What sort of rate do they both grow at?both are ment to be slow but how do you find them?Keep them coming please
    Cheers Julian

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    Very nice indeed, Dustin!

    Just how big IS that ephippiata pitcher? It's really starting to take on the characteristics of the plant. Must be almost mature!
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