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    i see alot of similarity between your N. carunculata and my N. bongso.

    lowii, ovata and hamata are on my short list of species i really want to devote space too, your wonderfull pics really reinforce that!

    while i prefer the striping on my N. veitchii, i think the peristrome on yours is larger, how tall are the pitchers? they appear larger than mine. going from the mother plant that i got my cutting from i dont expect pitchers any larger than what i have been getting(8 or 9inches tall or so).
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (rattler_mt @ June 23 2005,9:05)]i see alot of similarity between your N. carunculata and my N. bongso.
    Perhaps that is why Jan decided to make them synonyms in the ICPS database? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

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    Dustin You know I'm just zinging ya. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]


    Your northiana is looking nice Mine is making picthers of similar size. How is your macrovulgaris growing? Mine is a steady grower but is taking some time to put on size. Its about to open a new pitcher oon I'll take a picture and we'll cmopare notes.
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    Sheridan, my pitchers are around 5 inches tall....not too big yet.

    Flip, ok! Mine isn't too slow, bout as fast as a merrilliana.

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    Nice pics Dustin.
    The ovata, hamata and lowii rock. Your Lowii should start producing that white stuff soon.
    How often do you get your hamata producing upper pitchers? It seems like they may produce pitchers in spurts, or infrequently at best for me. Very nice Sir!
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    Hey Robin!

    The N. lowii has already produced the white extudate in the past. Neat looking stuff, I thought it was fungus when I first saw it, an overeaction! lol

    Yes, to answer your question my N. hamata does seem to make uppers in "spurts" as you would say. Its not terribly consistent.

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    Hi Dustin
    very nice i do like the Ovata ,it seems to produce much more robust looking pitchers than Bongso.
    Bye for now Julian

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    The Neps are looking great!
    Really like the Bareo form of veitchii. Bareo (or Bario-depending on the map you use!) is just about at 1000 meters altitude, so its on the warm side of highland. We've often wondered if it would pull thru our warm summer nights.
    Hmmmm.......

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