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    Hello,

    i paid $150(=120) for the "hairy" N. hamata and $175(=140) for N. tenuis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Dominik Stadelbauer @ Sep. 06 2005,8:05)]Hello,

    i paid $150(=120) for the "hairy" N. hamata and $175(=140) for N. tenuis.

    Cheers,
    Dominik
    If you have the money to spend...I can't fault you for those two, lol.

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    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Dominik Stadelbauer @ Sep. 06 2005,8:05)]Hello,

    i paid $150(=120) for the "hairy" N. hamata and $175(=140) for N. tenuis.

    Cheers,
    Dominik
    you must post the pics!

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    Probably too small to post pics, but how in the world did you get the oprotunity to buy one? I would so love a hairy hamata.

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    There isn't much to look at when they are 1cm in diameter!
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Tony Paroubek @ Sep. 06 2005,9:21)]There isn't much to look at when they are 1cm in diameter!
    Have to agree, though the adult is spectacular.
    I have said this many times, but I would rather see more pics of well-grown, common plants(like Rainforest's monster N. x Ventrata!) than a 1cm rare plant.
    Just MHO.

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    Hi Griffin:

    We all must remember that a buyer pays for rarity first then for the size. The main problem is that sometimes the plant may not be pure species but a natural hybrid and these are difficult to identify especially when they are very small. In other words, it may not be wise to judge true phenotype of a plant until it gets to a certain size

    Gus

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (The Griffin @ Sep. 06 2005,7:24)] I have said this many times, but I would rather see more pics of well-grown, common plants(like Rainforest's monster N. x Ventrata!) than a 1cm rare plant.
    1cm? heck my sib didnt look like much at 10cm across(leaf tip to leaf tip) most don look to interesting untill they are atleast 18-25 cm across IMHO most not until larger than that
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