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Thread: A couple of jamban clones, post yours as well please

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    bigbella iam very glad to see that the cutting is doing good, the helis are growing fine.

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    ooh me rikey this thread, I'm going to be getting a jamban in about two and a half weeks so I'll try to post pics before it goes into the baggy for acclimation

    I'm having a hard time deciding which I like more though, both the light and dark colored variations look so great!

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    both of my jambans currently have pitcher upcoming, so i will post those here as well once they open
    the pitcher on the red clone is a very odd shape, more jamban-like than my lighter clone so far.

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    This is my Jamban which arrived Sep 30. I'm really looking forward to watching it grow.....
    Jamban

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    awsome plants, I would also love to get one but I'd probly kill it.

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    Here is a quick shot of Nepenthes jamban from this morning. I have noticed that, among my other Nepenthes, this plant lures and collects the lion's share of insects; and, in terms if its pitcher fluid, it strikes me as more a thick syrup than anything else . . .

    Have other growers noticed or experienced this?

    Nepenthes jamban (from a cutting)

    “Sì perché l'autorità dell'opinione di mille nelle scienze non val per una scintilla di ragione di un solo . . ."

    -- Galileo "Biff" Galilei

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    yeah ive noticed it.....mainly gnats and ants though lol

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    Mine seems to be quite picky about conditions. A spike in heat or a large drop in humidity and it will abort pitchers not yet inflated. But it is inflating one now, my fingers are crossed. I too noticed the pitcher fluid to be quite viscous. Great pic Bella.

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