i think that was ventricosa by ovata
Very nice pics! I'm sorry I missed it. I like that first one and the truncata, (is that the orange peristome clone?), and what is that last Nep, that may be my favorite.
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I have a N. truncata like the first truncata pic you posted. It looks just like that one, with lower pitchers lightly stuffused in red, and slightly hirsute leaves and stems. I think I got it from malaysiana or wistuba. It has always looked to me like it could be a highland form. What do you think?
you can distinguish highland truncata and lowland truncata but the way new leaves emerge.
https://www.instagram.com/hull.jess/ (I post pics of my plants there)
How the leaves emerge? Well, how would that be?
oh i forgot to post the results! *i got 3rd with copelandii, i got 2nd with the maximas, i got 2nd overall with the truncata, and i got 1st place with the saguinea. *the funny thing is that my saguinea's biggest pitcher wasnt even opend when i brought it in for registration a couple of days before the actual judging! *i am thinking that the pitcher just had opend up when it was time for judging![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
p.s. if you already havent look for the pictures i have posted up from the show. thoes were the plants they had for sale!
Very well done, congratulations. thx for the pics. Were those awards in different categories or did you blow all the competition away?
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