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Nepenthes the GREAT picture thread!

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N. hamata, of course.
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It's so... pink! :0o:
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It's certainly one of the best hamatas I've ever seen. Does it get any darker than that, or does it stay that color?
 
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It's so... pink! :0o:
:awesome:
It's certainly one of the best hamatas I've ever seen. Does it get any darker than that, or does it stay that color?

It does darken to a red/brown more like other hamatas (I think! I need to check), but it is certainly pink at that stage (new pitcher a week old)! I think its wonderful how much hamata and tentaculata share an overall aesthetic.
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My contribution to this great thread:
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N. inermis & hamata

My HL Nepenthes
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This one needs no introduction either....
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N. glabrata X talangensis.
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N. fusca upper.
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And a detail view of hamata.
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I love the unopened hamata picture near the beginning of this page. It looks like a straggly (albeit flamboyant) old man with the random hairs only to open up to an "OMG it's going to eat me" pitcher lol.
 
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N. naga is working on a new pitcher:
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(Currently 10" tall and still expanding!)
 
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