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    Hello guys!!!!

    FlytrapGurl!!! I have not forgoten to answer CP3O questions. I was not able to come around earlier [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

    Well CP3O. These Nepenthes in the pictures, look exactly the same now. Only that some pitchers have grown some inches more, but they are still green, with abnormal wings and elongated.

    Since I started in this Forum, I have always ben the one that have "problematic ventricosas" The older ventricosas I have are pinkish red colored completley, they do not have wings, even from smaller plant and when pitchers are newborn. They have a small waist, and their lids are held almost giagonally, except when there have been several days of rain, that the plants seem to close their lids to protect their pitchers from too much water.

    But this one that started this topic, are elongated, green and with those strange wings that seem to be mutant or something.

    Tomorrow I pormiss I will take pictures of both type of pitchers, the one that I know that is ventricosa, and from these strange ones.

    As all of you can see, I am still having problems with my ventricosas [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

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    Ok guys, here are thepictures I promissed.

    Here is one of the pitcher of the [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img]"green one"[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img] These lant were the ones I recieved lately.


    Here is another one, you can see the strange wings:


    Here is one of the small red ones:


    By the way, I made some cutting from this plant and the plant seem to be producing 4 new growing points at the same time, it is that normal I was expecting only 1 growin point, but 4 in the same plant, isn't it weird? Ohh Lord, I have almost an obsession with my ventricosas, well I admit it, I am obsessed with ventricosas;0)

    Here is the picture:


    Now, here is, from y oldest ventricosa a baby pitcher, you can see it is red from the bigining:


    Here is another pitcher from y oldest that is almost opening:


    And here is a developed old pitcher:


    All pics were taken this morning. What do you think, guys

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    Hi JJTR
    Nice photos,it looks like a Ventrata to me.
    Bye for now Julian

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    Hello Julian! Thank you!!

    You see? That's the problem with my ventricosas, some say ventricosa nad some say ventrata... But to which one do yo urefer, to the "green" or the "red" or both?

    I think I will need to do a DNA test or something to know exactly waht are they;0) That is why I am obsessed with them. And also, eventhough some people sais they are common, I love them a lot, forme, their coloration is spectacular. Here in PR seems that he tropcila sun give them a deeper coloration. I really love them;0)

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