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N. muluensis x lowii
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N. x hookeriana
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N. ramispina
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-Nick Z.
 
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I like the muluensis x lowii best. Looks a lot more like muluensis, though.

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Nice N. muluensis x lowii! I just won this at the NECPS silent auction, though it's smaller than the one you have. I'd say it's 3" right now. Can't wait for it to get nice & robust like that one you have there!
 
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Quote[/b] (schloaty @ Oct. 12 2005,11:01)]Nice N. muluensis x lowii!  I just won this at the NECPS silent auction, though it's smaller than the one you have.  I'd say it's 3" right now.  Can't wait for it to get nice & robust like that one you have there!
Thanks. That one is tiny aswell, I think it is in a 3" pot. Does anyone have a bigger one? I have never seen a large one before.
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I heard it was a natural hybrid, but haven't been able to find any intermediate or upper pitcher pictures on the net. So what do the upper pitchers look like?
 
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I also tried to find pictures of intermediate or upper pitcher , but didnt find...
guess because its still new in cultivation.
great plants btw.really like the hookeriana
 
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Yeah I love my N. x hookeriana, it is hard to tell from the picture but that one it a little bit smaller than a tennis ball. I need to get a spotted one sometime.
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