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    Hello everybody!!! After looking so many pictures on internet and books, and after spending lots of hours looking carefully my Sarracenia hybrids Dana's Delight and Judith Hindle, I must ask to all of you, which are the differences between them?

    If anybody have picture to show here, where I can see the differences, it would be nice [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

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    'Dana's Delight' is like a pink leucophylla: Photo

    'Judith Hindle' has a more flared hood. It starts off as this:
    Photo and turns into Photo
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    Hello Alexis! Thank you very much for clarifying this to me, I sent hour looking at them to find any diferrences. The main problem I have it is that I recieved them when autumn was almos arriving, and they were small. ThenAutumn and winter came and they started to produce this winter leaves, so the pitchers became this clossed leaves, i think they are called "phyllodia" am I right?

    Well, and in this stage I could not see the diferrences. But thanks to your pictures and explanation, no I see

    Thank you very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hi there

    Yes, the winter leaves are called phyllodia.

    A good site to look at for photos is CP Photo Finder

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    Thank you Alexis!!! I will look the site to see the pics. Thanks for your help!

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