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Will be turning this one into a continuous update thread as well... Tired of making new threads for pics... unless its something special of course.

N. lowii x ventricosa Red
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N. eymae x veitchii H/L
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N. ventricosa x angasanensis ( i need to clean up some dead traps)
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N. xSplendiana
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N. truncata x ephippiata with some slug slime
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N. spectabilis x aristolochioides
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Massive N. sanguinea orange
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N. muluensis as settled in and has begun to pitcher... there are a couple hidden under moss too
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N. tentaculata putting on some size
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N. flava also gaining in size
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N. tenuis
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N. lowii x truncata Wide Peristome
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Blurry N. ramispina
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N. ephippiata
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N. lowii x campanulata with flash, sorry
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N. veitchii H old trap
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new trap
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N. veitchii K. the pitcher body is actually pink, but it doesnt show well in the pic
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more to come later on...
 

lance

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love the N. ventricosa x angasanensis!!:laaa:
that splendiana is putting out one big vine!
 
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I literally was just looking at your Sarraceniaceae thread and thinking 'I'd love to see his Nepenthes' o_O

They all look amazing, especially the Tentaculata :O
 
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Thanks for the comments guys... Lance, I may very well have some cuttings of both soon... :) with the rate they grow, especially the xSplendiana... 2 main vines and several nodes activating.
 

carnivoure12

Hear the Call of Nepenthes
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Thanks for sharing Kris! I really liked them all, but the N. tenuis, N. muluensis, N. tentaculata, N. flava and N. sanguinea were real treats :)
 

TheFury

Oh, the humanity!!
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That spec x aristo is putting out some huuuge pitchers! That might be the coolest looking Nep out there if you ask me. I lost mine in what can only be described as "sudden Nep hybrid death syndrome" - it got too dry for too long and then began to turn brown from the stem out to the leaves. UGH, it was doing so well, too. Lovely speckled pitchers with gobs of sticky nectar on the peristome. *rant rant rant*

Gorgeous plants, thanks for sharing. Looking forward to the updates.
 

nightsky

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Surprised how big the spec x aristo pitchers are. Mine stay very small, like glabrata. Even my plant stays small. It's a foot and a half tall, but maybe 6" across, with pitchers 1.5 to 2".
 
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Thanks all :)

Nightsky- my spect aristo started the huge traps a few months ago and has been making them ever since... The plant is only about 9" in diameter if that? And equally tall with a basal... I've noticed there is something about the conditions here that just make highlanders have great pitcher-leaf ratio.
 

Brie

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I just realized I never posted pics of Kristoff's neps that I took a little while ago.. So i'll toss em up here. :)

Predator
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Nepenthes maxima "Dark" x Talangensis
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macrophylla
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sanguinea
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lowii X campanulata
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truncata x ephippiata
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lowii x ventricosa red
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petmantis

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N. ventricosa x angasanensis may very well be at the top of my list in terms of N. ventricosa crosses.... Absolutely stunning collection, Kris! Thanks for sharing.
 
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Salt in the wounds.. posting pics of the plants he had to sell. Ouch..
 

MH1

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Amazing plants! Are these gown in a greenhouse or fully-outside in the summer? I can't quite work it out :)
 
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