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    Looks like a wasp to me...

    Looks like a wasp to me...
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    Tony, Ive sold the plant the other day and...

    Tony, Ive sold the plant the other day and didnt take any pictures of it. Sorry http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_h_32.gif
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    Nice pictures, thanks for sharing. I doubt...

    Nice pictures, thanks for sharing.

    I doubt your ramispina is a real one, though.
    Looks pretty much like the ramispina x macfarlanei hybrid Ive cultivated until recently...

    Cheers,

    Stefan
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    Hi Jeremiah, great pics, thanks for sharing....

    Hi Jeremiah,

    great pics, thanks for sharing. Dunno why, but I especially like that N. khasiana upper pitcher. How big is that villosa pitcher?

    That "macfarlanei" looks like a hybrid between N....
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    Hmmh, I think aristolochioides x truncata would...

    Hmmh, I think aristolochioides x truncata would be a fine hybrid, too http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif
  6. Well, thanks for sharing those wonderful pics. I...

    Well, thanks for sharing those wonderful pics. I especially like those humongous northiana pitchers...oh what the hell, maybe I should just hop in my car and take the 10+ hour drive there to see them...
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    Thanks, I grow it in my basement. Very cool...

    Thanks,

    I grow it in my basement. Very cool temperatures and lots of light. Humidity; 70-100%. Ill post some other pics of the plant the other day......
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    Nice pics, Bill. How big is that villosa pitcher?...

    Nice pics, Bill. How big is that villosa pitcher?

    Cheers,

    Stefan
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    @schloaty: well, thatd be a bit early, I think....

    @schloaty: well, thatd be a bit early, I think. The whole plant is not higher than 20-25cm...or is it common for N. inermis to develop upper pitchers that soon?

    About a year ago, I had _two_...
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    Thanks, Im using a Konica Minolta DiMage G600....

    Thanks, Im using a Konica Minolta DiMage G600.
    G600 Quick Review

    Youre right, I could have reduced the file size...

    I took the pictures with maximal resolution (6 Megapixel). The orginial...
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    Jeremiah, thanks for your kind words. Ive got...

    Jeremiah,

    thanks for your kind words. Ive got it from the German nursery Carow & Wrono (I guess its ok to post information like this as long it doesnt come with an URL?)

    Best,

    Stefan
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    Hello everyone, since Ive got myself a nice...

    Hello everyone,

    since Ive got myself a nice camera recently, I thought it might be cool to share some pictures with you. Here you go:

    N. aristolochioides x singalana; pitcher size: 4cm...
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    Ohmygaw...please tell me that's a fake...

    Ohmygaw...please tell me that's a fake one http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif

    Ok, seriously...that's a truly amazing pitcher. The plant surely must be older than...
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    Hmmh, I just moved the N. sibuyanensis to my...

    Hmmh, I just moved the N. sibuyanensis to my Heliamphora grow chamber in the basement. Let's see what'll happen...

    The day time temperatures there are around 65 F, the night time temperature...
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    All of my highlanders are still pretty small... ...

    All of my highlanders are still pretty small...

    Nepenthes (diameter - cm / currently largest pitcher - cm)

    singalana (13 / 5)
    inermis (14 / 4)
    hamata (10 / 4)
    ephippiata (6 / 2)
    macrophylla...
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    Rob, the conditions are as said. The terrarium...

    Rob, the conditions are as said. The terrarium the N. sibuyanensis is grown in is pretty much sealed off (proper air circulation is provided through 2 CPU fans). I also think the temperature might be...
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    Shouldn't be the night temperatures since I grow...

    Shouldn't be the night temperatures since I grow some highlanders in the same terrarium and all of them seem to like it just fine (or at least they got used to my conditions...). But what do I know?...
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    Sure...

    Sure http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif Here we go:

    Humidity: 85-100%
    Day temperature: around 80 F
    Night temperature: around 70 F
    Potting media: peat moss,...
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    Dear all, I've got some weird problems with my...

    Dear all,

    I've got some weird problems with my N. sibuyanensis: somehow its tendrils turn pitch black and rot away when the pitchers are about 5mm tall. I really don't why since the overall growth...
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    Hi Vic, well, Im not going there just to...

    Hi Vic,

    well, Im not going there just to check out plants. I was just interested if theres a slight chance I might be able to find some while hiking on my free days...

    Anyway, Ive just...
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    Austria? Hey - thats just across the border...

    Austria? Hey - thats just across the border http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif

    Im starting to wonder if there really are no carnivorous plants in that area or if...
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    Ive surely heard about some Drosera growing in...

    Ive surely heard about some Drosera growing in Taiwan and some Nepenthes in Guangdong and Fujian, but Ive got no idea about the exact location...
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    Yep, its quite near actually. MacaO and Hong...

    Yep, its quite near actually. MacaO and Hong Kong are situated on opposite sides of the Guangzhou Bay.
    Maybe I should go hiking over there. Ive heard that Ne. gracilis also grows in the Hong Kong...
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    Hi there! Ill spend March and April 2004 in...

    Hi there!

    Ill spend March and April 2004 in Taiwan and China (province Guangdong) and Ill surely have plenty of time to check out carnivorous plants in the wild (preferably Nepenthes, but Id...
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    Hi there! Ill spend March and April 2004 in...

    Hi there!

    Ill spend March and April 2004 in Taiwan and China (province Guangdong) and Ill surely have plenty of time to check out carnivorous plants in the wild (preferably Nepenthes, but Id...
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