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    I have a purple(from Exotica), a Genting from Malesiana(which seems to be a green one with spots) and an orange.

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    Oh shoot, thats right I have Clone E N. sanguinea as well. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

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    Hey,
    I have heard and seen some pics of GIANT sanguineas which can (supposedly) reach 50cm in length! Does anyone know about that type of sanguinea, maybe even have it? I know the peninsular malaysian species like macfarlenei and such arent as well appreciated the bornean ones? but a species like sanguinea, although weed-like growing speed, in my opinion, is a very beautiful plant still

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    I've bought a bunch of N. sanguinea from BE from their offering which were seed collected material. They have all exhibited several color morphs and characteristics. I hestitate to say that these could be hybrids between N. ramispina, macfarlanei, etc., but do not have the botanical expertise to even suggest this. But colors do range considerably. Many of the pitchers are several times longer than their leaves and exhibit colors that vary so that no two are exactly alike.

    Anyone has any experience or seen this in BE sanguineas?

    Michael
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