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Thread: What are some outstanding colorful hybrids?

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    from what ive seen of the Preditor hybrids i was actually quite surprised on how much N. hamatas teeth have come through. i was expecting much less in the way of teeth in the hybrid. i think N. hamata has alot of potential as a hybrid parent. large flairing peristrome species just may not be the best mate for it.
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    maxima (dark) x spectabilis


    I really like this hybrid. its such a vigorous grower and likes to climb!

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    A new plant has come into full pitcher for me. After seeing many seedlings and what looked like cloned duplicates, a seedling from EP of N. lowii x veitchii has opened up. The pitchers are a deep maroon soild with some light outer flecks, but the peristome is a reverse stripe with solid red peristome and very few fine green stripes and a solid red umbrella lid! Plus the underside of the lid has a few seven O' clock shadows hanging!

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    I'm interested to see how rowanae hybrids come out. Rod Kruger has some rowanae hybrid seedlings at the moment, which I can't wait until they show some mature characteristics. One thing I think will be good about them is that rowanae has strongly coloured uppers, just as coloured as lowers. So many species that I love produce plain green or light-coloured uppers that the hybrids have awesome lowers but bland uppers. Rowanae could be the salve to this.
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    What did Rod use in his rowanae hybrids?

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    the two favorites that i currently have are:

    jacquelineae x izumiae(this is the 3rd(left) and 1st(right) pitchers since i got it, its a fairly quick grower)



    and my N. eymae x veitchii(cant wait for uppers!)

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    Hi Sheridan
    They are very nice.
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    Anything that has N. aristolochioides in it always looks great. Now if I knew where to get some.....
    Hi. My name is Ron, and I am a nepaholic.

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