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Nepenthes Of Peninsular Malaysia Field trip, documentry and pictures of Nepenthes in their natural habitat



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Old 7th November 2009, 04:18 PM
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Just some pictures to share. I think there's a difference between N. Mirabilis x N. Ampullaria and N. Ampullaria x N. Mirabilis.

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Old 7th November 2009, 04:32 PM
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I like the shape of the uppers of this hybrid in the third picture. Looks like you really travel a lot and have these opportunity to see all these Nepenthes in the wild. Thanks for sharing again.

Got to ask you to take me along the next time if you don't mind.
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Nice find, Wong. Envy you to be able to find neps not that far from home. I have to drive 5 hrs just to get to Selangor...
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Old 8th November 2009, 12:21 PM
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David & Nepnut, I travel a lot during my work and I usually go looking for neps after I finished my work. So, that is why I visit some of the site quite often. I'm still hoping to find other LL species like Albo and Raff in Selangor. Wish me luck.
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is the last few picture n. trichocarpa(n. amp x n. gracilis)? cos i got 1 exactly the same as the last pic, was told by another hobbyist(terance) it is since i got it from him few months back, tq
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Old 9th November 2009, 12:11 AM
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Sooxiwei,
It looks like it but the last 4 pictures are from the same plant. I think Trichocarpa should have a thinner peristome.
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Yes, the last few pictures are amp x mirabilis. Trichocarpa (amp x gracilis) has thinner peristome as what Wong sa
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