i think a good hybrid someone should make is N. Lowii x Sibuyanensis or N. Merrilliana x Rajah!
or what do you think everybody?
hamata with villosa should be a wicked toothed monster that is fairly easy to grow
lowii and hamata just cause i like lowii hybrids and want to see what happens, could backfire horribly though
actually its going to take serious planning to out do what we already have for hybrids. be very selective on what clones of what species you use ect
As far as teeth go, and ease of cultivation, I would advocate the following:
N. hamata x sibuyanensis
N. hamata x rafflesiana giant (this would be awesome, and should have really good teeth)
N. hamata x ovata
N. hamata x diatas
N. hamata x lowii (lowers should have good teeth)
N. rafflesiana giant x truncata
I like odd peristomes so I think someone needs to make a jaq x platychilla hybrid.
I like 'Predator' and I would love to see the reciprical as well as some F2 crosses from it.
Not sure why but I think a vietchii x sumatrana would be nice too.
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i dont think the lowers would be nice because the peristome on lower pitchers for paltychilla are not flared like the upppers. but i would like to see the uppers on the jaq x platychillaOriginally Posted by [b
N.hamata x veitchii -teeth and wide peristome?
N.hamata x rajah
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no but northiana x truncata
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hamata x (hamata x veitchii) as the hamata teeth seem pretty recessive.
I like the N. merrilliana x rajah idea as xAlisaputrana (rajah x burbidgeae) is awesome.
I would like to see greater availability of some of the awesome looking natural hybrids like xTrusmadiensis (macrophylla x lowii), xKinabuluensis (villosa x rajah) and the previously mentioned xAlisaputrana.
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