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    Nepenthes eymae x ephippiata
    Nepenthes eymae x ephippiata is probably my favorite hybrid because of these wacky uppers - the shape is almost impossible to represent well in a picture, it's truly a bizarre hybrid.
    Nepenthes eymae x ephippiata
    One of my cuttings made a basal shoot; I was hoping to see some lowers but I got this interesting intermediate instead.

    Nepenthes maxima Wavy Leaf BE
    N. maxima Wavy Leaf from BE

    Nepenthes rajah x jacquelineae
    N. rajah x jacquelineae

    Nepenthes campanulata
    N. campanulata

    Nepenthes campanulata
    Reddish clone

    Nepenthes danseri
    N. danseri colored like some of the best N. rafflesiana

    Nepenthes vieillardii
    N. vieillardii

    Nepenthes adnata
    N. adnata

    Nepenthes robcantleyi tc
    N. robcantleyi with a touch of color now

    Nepenthes truncata G (EP)
    N. truncata G (giant striped x Mt. Pasian)
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    Looking nice, that camp rock is really aging well.

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    Various pics from over break

    Nepenthes chaniana
    My BE N. chaniana is too big

    Nepenthes chaniana

    Nepenthes bellii
    Compact little N. bellii clone from BE

    Nepenthes platychila
    N. platychila NE clone

    Nepenthes fusca Sarawak
    N. fusca Sarawak

    Nepenthes 'Peter D'Amato' x maxima
    N. 'Peter D'Amato' x maxima

    Nepenthes lowii (G. Mulu) AW
    Baby N. lowii looking surprisingly good

    Nepenthes bongso sg
    N. bongso

    Nepenthes ventricosa UCB
    N. ventricosa

    Nepenthes chaniana and eymae x ephippiata
    Nepenthes chaniana and eymae x ephippiata
    N. chaniana and N. eymae x ephippiata

    Nepenthes boschiana G. Sakumbang sg
    Nepenthes boschiana G. Sakumbang sg
    N. boschiana

    Nepenthes copelandii Apo tc
    N. copelandii
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    Lots of nice pictures this time around. That ventricosa in particular is very unusual, very strong hip on it. Do you know the sex of that one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey Moss View Post
    Lots of nice pictures this time around. That ventricosa in particular is very unusual, very strong hip on it. Do you know the sex of that one?
    Thanks Grey Moss, she's a girl and flowers pretty regularly although I don't have time to make any crosses.

    The quarter's wrapping up and I've been procrastinating like usual, must be this spring weather. I don't have a great lighting source in my apartment but tried to take some pictures because my tank stuff looks passably decent.

    Nepenthes danseri AW
    Laid back N. danseri, just opened.

    Nepenthes adnata sg
    Nepenthes adnata sg
    N. adnata is a slow one for me but I've finally got some size on it. This pitcher just opened today.

    Nepenthes bicalcarata Marudi MT
    Fresh N. bicalcarata (Marudi). I've set it back a whole bunch of times although it's never died. Ironically, I've thought of this species as one of the most beautiful in the genus ever since I first read Slack's books in a local library as a kid but really haven't tried to grow it well.

    Nepenthes bellii BE
    Happy N. bellii

    Took a couple of highlanders with me, I've noticed that establishing plants in tanks helps them get their roots going. They also pitcher better on the first leaves they make compared to rack growing, so I can feed them quicker and they can gain some size.
    Nepenthes klossii (Clone 227)
    Also I don't trust my parents with my N. klossii. This one came with no roots as a fresh BE import, I wasn't expecting the growth to look so good so fast.

    Nepenthes pitopangii NE
    New-ish N. pitopangii leaf jump; heard this one was a vigorous species and it seems to show. The pitchers I fed bit the dust remarkably quickly but it looks like it got something out of it.

    Nepenthes lowii Trusmadi CK sg
    Nepenthes lowii Trusmadi CK sg
    New-ish N. lowii (Trusmadi) - a seed grown from Christian Klein. This is why you feed your plants!
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    N. adnata doesn't put out leaves too fast for me either, but it grows larger at a decent pace. I'm surprised at the lack of color on your plant though, my pitchers look very boschiana-like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nimbulan View Post
    N. adnata doesn't put out leaves too fast for me either, but it grows larger at a decent pace. I'm surprised at the lack of color on your plant though, my pitchers look very boschiana-like.
    Yeah, the lower pitchers on the web seem to be pretty uniformly brown; I certainly don't mind the contrast though. I wouldn't be surprised if it can get much darker - even though it's in a tank with lots of LEDs, it's actually growing underneath a medium-sized rambling N. northiana so it's pretty shaded.
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    Spring break update

    Nepenthes platychila NE tc
    N. platychila - I hope this will turn out to be one of the extreme forms, the peristome is already very smooth

    Nepenthes faizaliana MT tc
    Rare sight for me, N. faizaliana finally in pitcher again. This one would grow better as a lowlander but I don't have the space for that.

    Nepenthes vogelii (G. Murud) CK sg
    N. vogelii (G. Murud)

    Nepenthes glabrata BE tc
    N. glabrata

    Nepenthes maxima Wavy Leaf BE tc
    N. maxima Wavy Leaf BE; I love the inverted color

    Nepenthes eymae BE-3660 sg
    N. eymae (BE-3660); not convinced it isn't N. maxima but I've noticed there's a surprising amount of variability in N. eymae lower pitchers in cultivation, and some plants with less extreme-looking lowers still make the classic wineglass uppers.

    Nepenthes nigra
    Another rare sight, 2 pitchers on N. nigra

    Nepenthes nigra

    Nepenthes fusca Sarawak BE tc
    I'm surprised more people don't grow N. fusca Sarawak, it's a good bomb-proof highlander.

    Nepenthes truncata G EP sg
    N. truncata G (giant striped x Mt. Pasian), a new twist on an old classic.

    Nepenthes ventricosa Red
    N. ventricosa Red

    Nepenthes ventricosa UCD
    N. ventricosa UCD

    Nepenthes eymae x ephippiata

    Nepenthes eymae x ephippiata

    Nepenthes eymae x ephippiata
    N. eymae x ephippiata, my absolute favorite hybrid - new intermediate and fully-colored upper

    Nepenthes bongso
    FAT new N. bongso pitcher, this thing is hefty!

    Nepenthes bongso
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