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    The NYC group is fairly active on FB, if you have...

    The NYC group is fairly active on FB, if you have an account you can probably find them there.
    And the second plant looks like "Daina's Delight," just one that didn't receive as strong a lighting as...
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    Your "alata" is ventrata, but that's practically...

    Your "alata" is ventrata, but that's practically an expected mislabeling now. The singalana x ventricosa is beautiful.
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    Confirming that a plant is doing well in one's...

    Confirming that a plant is doing well in one's conditions when it comes to Nepenthes equals seeing good growth for exceeding a year as slow as they grow and can react to unwelcome conditions; with...
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    In order of replies: 1. Sincerely, just about...

    In order of replies:
    1. Sincerely, just about any plant that is actually a strictly highland species is not one I would suggest trying. Those plants with broad altitudinal distributions and thus...
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    N. jamban does not have that growth pattern at...

    N. jamban does not have that growth pattern at all, and even when young starts very early on showing the tubby pitchers it's famed for on long tendrils, while dubia and inermis have very stocky,...
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    It's a fern, not a Utric. From those leaves it...

    It's a fern, not a Utric. From those leaves it might be a young Phlebodium pseudoareum, or Blue Rabbit's Foot Fern. Won't harm the plants, but will look nicer (and it's quite a nice fern) if moved...
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    Your "jamban" aren't jamban; dubia, inermis, or...

    Your "jamban" aren't jamban; dubia, inermis, or hybrids of either rather (and if the other "highland" seeds were bought off eBay, they probably aren't highland species, or possibly even species, at...
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    I read in your other post on the hamata thread...

    I read in your other post on the hamata thread you have a misting setup system that maintains a regular, fairly heavy schedule, which is much like creating a localized hyper humid environment as seen...
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    Misting the plant doesn't actually do anything...

    Misting the plant doesn't actually do anything for maintaining humidity, and can temperature-shock the plant as well as, depending on lighting and location, cause burning or fungal infection on the...
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    I would avoid anything that has coatings or...

    I would avoid anything that has coatings or colors, and go for fully intert materials. Quartz gravel, silica sand (made of the same thing as quartz, just smaller particles) and thoroughly washed...
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    Now that might be a moorei...but a bulge in the...

    Now that might be a moorei...but a bulge in the pitcher like that is really odd for that hybrid.
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    Temperatures reaching into the 80's should not be...

    Temperatures reaching into the 80's should not be an issue for hamata (it's not an ultra-highlander), but conditions definitely need to drop below 60F at night. Among other things that may also be...
  13. Thread: Nep Hybrids

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    If they're actually hybrids, with that leaf shape...

    If they're actually hybrids, with that leaf shape at this age best bet is N. 'Miranda' but there's no way to tell for certain without at least a mature lower pitcher.
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    It's not S. x moorei, but without info on its...

    It's not S. x moorei, but without info on its direct origins it could be a lot of other things. Certainly along the lines of x catesbaei as it has strong purp influence and one of the taller trumpet...
  15. Thread: Corn Snakes!

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    He has some shedding issues though; may need to...

    He has some shedding issues though; may need to source a different bedding for him...
  16. Thread: Corn Snakes!

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    I'm still making the family grow... This is...

    I'm still making the family grow...
    This is Halailah, a newborn (still has her umbilical scar) Baja California king snake. My original intent was to get a Mexican Black king, but this girl is just...
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    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052622503_ed...

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052622503_ed05f0ea73_b.jpgU. blanchetii by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052576991_079bd99975_b.jpgU. blanchetii by Hawken...
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    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052582571_50...

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052582571_50c920261d_b.jpgP. moranensis 'Huahuapan' x esseriana Clone B by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
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    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052630528_0e...

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052630528_0e2f21c96f_b.jpgD. linearis by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
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    Liniflora back in bloom...

    Liniflora back in bloom
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052590021_009768e914_b.jpgB. liniflora by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052632488_488ddd012f_b.jpgB....
  21. First instinct is thrips or mites. This is not...

    First instinct is thrips or mites. This is not cercospora damage.
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    Poll: I'll enter my newly flowering personal cross...

    I'll enter my newly flowering personal cross
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48052584456_f4b5cbe45e_b.jpgP. cyclosecta "Yucca do 1714" x esseriana by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr...
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    Looking For (trade) I've got my favorite clone of N. x splendiana x...

    I've got my favorite clone of N. x splendiana x mixta preparing to bloom; if it's of interest once it starts shedding pollen I can send some....
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    Plants will tend to lean toward the maternal...

    Plants will tend to lean toward the maternal parent, but this depends entirely on localities used, the individual plants that result and what preferences they just happen to end up with, and just how...
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    The enzymes may not really be that huge a leap;...

    The enzymes may not really be that huge a leap; every cell produces a battery of enzymes already for various functions necessary for everyday life, including various ones that break apart proteins or...
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