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    Here's a few more:

    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/sarracenia/17march2005/flavapsitt.jpg[/img]
    S. flava rubricorpora x psittacina


    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/sarracenia/17march2005/h7.JPG[/img]
    Another unknown from BobZ - H-7.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/sarracenia/17march2005/popei.jpg[/img]
    S. flava x rubra gulfensis

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    aaron, your photos are simply awesome, I cant wait untill we get some photos from Imduff and PDX as well as Brooks, then this thread will really take off
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    Your unknown looks like oreophila to me.
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    might possibly be an oreo/flava cross, iono
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    Hi Everyone,

    Here are a few shots of our Sarrs.

    S. purpurea rosea flower. This plant is from seed collected in Perdido, Fl. The petals are a gorgeous color of orchid purple. Typically, they are a lighter, rose pink.


    S. leucophylla Hurricane Creek White. Still showing its anthocyanin pigmentation flush, which shows on newly opened pitchers. As the trap ages, they become pure white and green. As you can see, the flower is blood red.


    S. ahlesii (rubra wherryii x alata) Natural Hybrid collected years ago from Mobile Cnty, Alabama near Citronelle. These are the fresh new spring traps, by June, these will be almost black/red; a trait attributed to the S. alata parent.

    Here is a wide shot of the same S. ahlesii including the flowers.


    All are S. ‘Scarlet Belle’ flowers.

    Enjoy!

    Trent and Michelle

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    Had to throw this in too.

    S. flava ornata in bloom with potential pollinator.

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    nice! is it jsut me or are those hurricane creek pitchers a bit red? I knew you would have great photos when i saw that it was from trent
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    Kirk,
    Please read our comment carefully about the red coloration (anthocyanins) in Hurricane Creek White.

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