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Old 28th May 2011, 05:29 AM
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New N. macrophylla pitcher... still has a bit more developing to do, but almost done...

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Looks like it's growing healthily for you. Is this macrophylla the clone with a green peristome or the peristome just hasn't coloured up yet?
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For the most part the peristome stays yellow, but gets a light tinge of red to it...
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Here is another favorite,
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