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muluensis x lowii , spectabilis, izumiae x tm

nightsky

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Couple pics of what seems to be an under appreciated nep, mul x lowii. After taking nearly a year to settle in, this is turning into one of my more vigorous neps.

Older pitcher:
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Newer pitcher:
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Both:
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Newer with izum x tm:
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And, latest spec pitcher:
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Thanks for looking!
 

vraev

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wow!! Stunning plants man!! I got to say....your tank or enclousure also looks amazing. All that green moss...those peppered pitchers of N. jamban....very very nice. You surely must have this in your living room. lol! its a artistic masterpiece. :)
 

dvg

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Great looking, very well grown plants. Love the clear, crisp photo composition with your Nep pics.

Always a pleasure to view your photo postings !
 

Ngantnier

Formerly pond boy
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Awesome! I love the chocolate color, and toothy peristome, of the N. izumae x trusmandensis!
 
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Great colors - on all of them! It is always nice to see increase in size from one pitcher to the next.

It will also be interesting to see how the izumiae hybrid develops for you, that peristome is already very impressive looking.

Regards,

Christer
 
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