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all looking great. your truncata paisan has some nice color to it; very nice. glad to see the eddie is doing well for you as well. keep up the good work.
 
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they all look great,you sure thats a straight up burbidgea i got mine when it was small and don't remember the pitchers looking quite like that as in nice peristrome on yours,nice ovata too mine is starting to put on some size at last,good growing
 

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Thanks, guys. I've decided that I have to concur on the mislabeling of the plant. On the bright side, duplicates mean more space for incoming plants.
 
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thought you said,"More updates to come.. " ???
I'm getting antsy out here.
 

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I received a few new hybrids recently that are begging to be photographed, so here's a premature update:


Outside, first.


S. flava 'Copper Top'

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S. flava rubricorpora

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D. indica

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All

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Inside (since that's where 90% of my plants are)


D. schizandra

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Pasian, ovata, sibuyanensis

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N. x trusmadiensis clone 2 (please excuse the dust spot, or whatever that is)

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N. robcantleyi

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N. lowii x truncata Squat

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N. alba and N. bongso

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N. truncata Pasian (red as usual, eh Mike?)

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N. singalana x hamata

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N. sibuyanensis x (spectabilis x aristolochioides)

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N. hamata Lumut from seed

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N. macrophylla

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N. villosa

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N. singalanas again

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N. rafflesiana x x trusmadiensis

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N. edwardsiana

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N. lowii x 'Sabre Dark Cherry'

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N. rajah x mira (yes, that's what it says)

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N. spectabilis x hamata

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Group photo

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With a sickness!
Great update G. I love how your rack is able to get sunshine and extended artificial light periods. Slick as snot on a doorknob.
That N. lowii x 'Sabre Dark Cherry' is gonna a bad mammajamma.
 

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Thanks, everyone.

@pebes: I like to give them as much of it as possible during the "sunny" months, but considering that I live in Portland, OR, those are few and far between.
 

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That copper top is mighty fine looking, as are all your outside stuff. The N. hamata Lumut makes me laugh, so cute in a raggedy sort of way...love it. What can I say about N. lowii x 'Sabre Dark Cherry' :awesome:
 
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Great update! TM has great color. The singalana looks very nice, like that purple/almost black on peristome. The pasian truncata has the most color I've seen on one. And please update once the sib pitcher is completely open! :D
 

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Thanks again, guys.

@Mark: Things seems to be a bit happier since then. If I recall, some of the plants were a bit stressed because I had just removed heaps of live sphagnum from their pots.

@dueoka: Sib should be nice and colorful shortly; I'll post some pics of it soon.

@Djoni and Mark: Get together soon?
 
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