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    Thanks for the reply. I will be more observant...

    Thanks for the reply. I will be more observant when i made another visit.
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    strange ant behaviour

    Been wondering what the ant is doing...making a short and erratic knock on the pitcher?

    #maximise the volume to hear clearly.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWCzqeauZ_s&feature=plcp
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    Hi Jen, good to know you're picking up with your...

    Hi Jen, good to know you're picking up with your TC again. The calluses at the base do you cut them up for more multiplication, what hormone and mg/L are you using?
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    well, for me i found out it was the easiest to...

    well, for me i found out it was the easiest to care for. The media for northiana has to be well aeriated and loose, keep moist to dry. I have tried burnt earth, 80% perlite/20% chopped sphagnum moss,...
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    wow nepguy, a very good effort providing the...

    wow nepguy, a very good effort providing the lowland temp in your part of the world. The raff pitcher must be around 24cm?
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    dead,what's the reason ? roots rot. what other...

    dead,what's the reason ? roots rot. what other symptoms - leaves appeared wrapped up and curl,leaves turn yellowish?
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    the final bloom look like it's taking off...very...

    the final bloom look like it's taking off...very nice colour.
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    was this a man made hybrid? stunning colour.

    was this a man made hybrid? stunning colour.
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    bulbophyllum will be nice as they have tiny...

    bulbophyllum will be nice as they have tiny leaves.
  10. Thread: N. northiana

    by rbjong
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    Jack, northiana are lowlander. They are limestone...

    Jack, northiana are lowlander. They are limestone dwellers, found on cliff surffaces and slopes. At most the highest limestone hill was approx 800 ft asl.
  11. Thread: N. northiana

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    here was a post i made in another forum...

    here was a post i made in another forum
    http://pitcherplants.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=general&thread=8126&page=1
  12. In the wild amp are found to grow at 2,600 feet (...

    In the wild amp are found to grow at 2,600 feet ( so far the highest elevation i came across ) with night temp around 23C and humidity around 90%. Any conditions below to be cautious. check and...
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    In my experience grown from seeds takes 18 months.

    In my experience grown from seeds takes 18 months.
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    I agreed with rattler. At this stage the roots...

    I agreed with rattler. At this stage the roots are not established, either a male or female flowers wil not be very viable.
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    Not sure how the APS look like. I google it only...

    Not sure how the APS look like. I google it only show the packing. Sounds good by with their description.
  16. Must ask Rob if it is possible to deteremine,...

    Must ask Rob if it is possible to deteremine, from his experience, he must have kept an eye on them. Perhaps slight differences in leaves hairiness, thickness, stems, pitchers at early formation and...
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    For most i use LFS and mix with parts perlite. I...

    For most i use LFS and mix with parts perlite. I have a northiana grown with approx 20% sphagnum, the rest perlite and is doing fine grown in the open with direct sun and rain. Clay was a natural...
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    natuural clay as media

    I have used burnt soil successfully the very first time to grow northiana partly it was cheap ( a bag cost only RM2.00 or 0.58USD in today's rate ). Farmers here burn the soil and spread around...
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    A friend who read the forum, call me "the wings...

    A friend who read the forum, call me "the wings are not a good pointer to separate lowland and highland, neither the 2 spots". OK, only mature pitcher will determine either L/L or H/L.
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    Hi Dustin, here are the pics. in the wild...

    Hi Dustin, here are the pics. in the wild habitats.

    Lowland red and green form.

    http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z42/RobertTseu/DSC_0364.jpg
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    Dustin, it looked like lowland form.The wings are...

    Dustin, it looked like lowland form.The wings are apparent in the green and red lowland form but not the highland. H/L form are 3-4 times longer and had tubby pitcher on lower section. If anyone was...
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    the stretchy stuff was parafilm.

    the stretchy stuff was parafilm.
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    Thanks for looking and comment. To be able to see...

    Thanks for looking and comment. To be able to see such impressive bloom in the wild was an awesome sight.
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    massive wild tiger orchids

    saw in the forest these massive wild tiger orchids about 6 meter above with 15 flower spikes.The colours are more yellowish. Pics were taken from different angle. :-O what a sight. Enjoy:-D
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    my vote goes to the VFT.

    my vote goes to the VFT.
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