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Nepenthes the GREAT picture thread!

neon-eon

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Yo!

This ones for Alex or anyone else that loves N. sanguinea!

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Biggest so far at 8 inches, 10 if you count the lid. This plant is such a beast! :D
 

adnedarn

I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az
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My N. x 'Miranda' that grows up in the rafters of the green house. (The full plant picture is about a month old... The plant has uppers open all over the place now... Look closely and using the hinge for the door, you can find where this upper was forming before :) )
 
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My contribution to the thread:

Singalana
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Gymnamphora
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Rajah
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Khasiana
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Sibuyanensis
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Muluensis
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Hamata
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Aristolochoides
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Jamban
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Lingulata
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Truncata
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BE Sp 1
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Hamata hairy
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Ephippiata
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Distillatoria
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Densiflora (female)
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Burkei
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Nice gymnamphora, Alex!


Heres a couple unusually (for me) large ventricosa pitchers I found hiding behind a pot..

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Unfortunately for me, every time I miss a large nice looking pitcher it's usually under the wire mesh and almost always have to cut it to free the plant.
 

CP_dude

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Here's a pic of my new N. Hamata Pitcher. It hasn't colored up yet though...

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I'll post more when it's all colored up :)
 
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Here is my pride and joy, arm is for size reference
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A close up
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Here is my N.tobacia
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If anyone can tell me why this trap is like this, that would help :)
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Nepenthes Hookeriana
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I have another Neps, but no pics for now. Maybe later :)
 
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The young and the restless... N. aristolochioides

arrived and transplanted Jan. 10, 2008
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and today July 8, 2008
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seems like an easy and reasonably fast grower so far... hope the trend continues :)
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My aristolochoides have taken forever to grow an inch. I must be doing something wrong.

Some others have done a little better though, some pictures from this morning:

Argentii
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Rafflesiana 99
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Male ventricosa
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Pinguicola agnetis
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adnedarn

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WOW! Did that take a while! All posts without pictures have been removed. That's 320 posts gone. 38 pages down to 6. Please if you want to post, add a picture too ;) and the best way to post a picture is to have the image directly in the post to save time from someone having to click the link and see if it is any good...
Thanks!
Andrew

PS guess I'll take my own advice and add a picture :) N. viking
 
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