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elsantaclause

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Lady Pauline
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Sibx hamata
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Hamata
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Lots of nice beautiful plants. I think its time someone post a pic of an Edwardsiana, lol.

Heres my small Edwardsiana

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My Male N Campanulata

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One of my N Tenuis plants

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And now for the Female Tenuis

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Nepenthes Ampullaria Giant red Striped Peristome

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My N. truncata:

This huge pitcher just opened up a few days ago. :)
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This smaller pitcher is from a few months ago. Wish I remembered exactly when, but this plant is amazing and pitchered even in the winter.
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A new hybrid, and one of the last plants I got from Tony before "The Big Freeze" :-(
N. burbidgea X talangensis:
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And lowii, obviously:
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N. spathulata X jacquelineae
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N. singalana X "hairy red" hamata (whatever THAT actually is)
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N. spectabilis X hamata, J. Harris seed-grown plant
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N. bongso, first upper
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N. eymae X jacquelineae
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Nice plants! I love that the stripes on spectabilis actually do come out on the hamata hybrid (and now I know I need to get one), and the spath x jacq has such great shape! Though, if mine continues keeping the black cherry colors it's got, I may have you beat on that one in a couple years :mwahaha:
 
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They're looking very happy, Chris! Especially nice form of N. sanguinea; it earns its name, that one!
 
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