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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    Why does your Nepenthes robcantleyi have such small lids? And that sucks with the Nepenthes mira.
    Mine has small lids too. I assume it's just an annoying thing it does for some odd reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    Why does your Nepenthes robcantleyi have such small lids? And that sucks with the Nepenthes mira.
    N. robcantleyi (especially juveniles) seem prone to little lids in lower humidity, it's something they sometimes grow out of - I'm surprised Google Images doesn't have more pictures with tiny lids.

    After two applications of Spinosad I've drastically reduced the thrips population and a lot of the plants that were limping along are showing some promising new growth. IIRC when I was reapplying over this last weekend, the N. mira main growth was sending out a nice new leaf and might even start pitchering again, so not all bad news.

    Nepenthes maxima "Wavy Leaf" BE
    Here's one plant that I completely ignore (so much that I didn't bother to post its picture with the others), a wavy leaf N. maxima clone from BE. For N. maxima, this one is a decidedly slow grower; its wacky inverse coloration is just starting to come in, it seems.
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    Nice plants

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    Back home for the summer, decided to work on trimming and rearranging the highland collection. The collection still has some thrips but they're down to a "manageable" level.

    Nepenthes diatas Bandahara BE
    Nepenthes diatas working on stripes

    Nepenthes truncata
    Nepenthes truncata

    Nepenthes veitchii Hose Mts. MT
    N. veitchii from the Hose Mountains, nothing much to look at yet

    Nepenthes khasiana
    N. khasiana, moved into the highland setup after it outgrew the lowland tank

    Nepenthes nigra sg
    N. nigra spending another summer pitcherless. Exciting leaf jumps!

    Nepenthes nigra sg
    N. nigra internode - the stem and leaf margins have some nice pigmentation despite the plant's shaded position.

    Nepenthes copelandii Apo BE
    N. copelandii

    Nepenthes densiflora Leuser BE
    N. densiflora pulled a phoenix after all this thrips damage

    Nepenthes lingulata BE tc
    Not everything works out though... N. lingulata

    Nepenthes veitchii Bario BE sg
    This N. veitchii Bario is working on a nice new leaf; I don't know why sphagnum takes off in some pots but never in the ones I want them to...

    Some lowlanders:
    Nepenthes northiana
    N. northiana made a really dark pitcher recently

    Nepenthes northiana
    The peristome's not quite there yet

    Nepenthes vieillardii BE
    N. vieillardii starting to scramble - weird-looking intermediate.

    Nepenthes danseri Waigeo AW
    A very rare species in cultivation, N. danseri. I love the plums-on-cream color scheme

    Nepenthes campanulata Mulu MT
    It's been warm, so not much color on my reddish MT N. campanulata

    Nepenthes campanulata Mulu BE
    BE N. campanulata hit a little road bump, this is its first nice pitcher in a while.

    Nepenthes bellii BE
    N. bellii - like N. northiana, I haven't found this to be a terribly difficult species despite its reputation.

    Nepenthes clipeata Clone U
    Nepenthes clipeata, can't beat the classics.
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    It's weird how the top of the copelandii pitcher looks like it is bent. Is nigra a difficult species? Shame that the lingulata didn't make it. Your campanulata looks amazing as always.

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    Pitcherless plants are the worst. Just months of waiting isn't it?

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    Loving your updates Christopher! Your intermittent updates makes my heart grow fonder. Lol! Thanks for sharing!

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    Nice pictures as always! Those campanulata are amazing, one of the few lowlanders I really want to try.
    Good Growing!
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