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Nepenthes Barcelonae
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Older picture of my Nepenthes Jamban
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Nepenthes Chaniana
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Nepenthes Vogelii (sp. murud)
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Nepenthes Lowii
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Nepenthes Sanguinea
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Nepenthes Glabrata
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Nepenthes Glabrata cutting
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Nepenthes Spathulata x Robcantleyi
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Nepenthes Tobaica
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Nepenthes Alata x unknown
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The live sphag looks great, any care tips? Are you growing separately?


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The moss is mostly in my highland tank. My window gets perfect highland temperatures as well, the only reason for the tank is to keep the humidity stable for the more sensitive species. For the moss, mainly keep the media its in wet. Added humidity helps a lot as well.
 
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The moss is mostly in my highland tank. My window gets perfect highland temperatures as well, the only reason for the tank is to keep the humidity stable for the more sensitive species. For the moss, mainly keep the media its in wet. Added humidity helps a lot as well.

Thanks! What’s your media, just typical dried LFS?


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Here is a little update. Nep. sanguinea and barcelonae. Newly received ones are veitchii, singalana 'masurai', reinwardtiana, and diatas. The diatas pitchers are a bit dirty from shipping.

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Lookin good!! I like the lowii hidin out in the moss waitin for the ol sneak attack &#55357;&#56846;.
 
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Considering the color, shape and the disappearing wings, I'd bet that's ramispina x graciliflora (rather than actually an alata cross).
 
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Considering the color, shape and the disappearing wings, I'd bet that's ramispina x graciliflora (rather than actually an alata cross).
It could be a complex hybrid, based on the nursery it likely originated from. I got it as a cutting labeled unknown alata hybrid.




I was thinking it definitely has ramispina parentage
 
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Could be, but from the experience I've got so far the colors of ramispina fade quickly in F2 hybrids both in leaf and pitcher (especially the former), and the pitcher shape is almos perfectly intermediate between ram and graciliflora.
 
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