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Old 13th December 2011, 10:01 PM
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Old 14th December 2011, 04:33 PM
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Default Re: Is this N.miranda??

No It's not a miranda...I had this hybrid before...It could be N x Gentle which is fusca x maxima or it could a fusca x mixta
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I really never knew such a hybrid existed between fusca and so on. When did it actually appear?
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It has been around for some time but i have no idea where it came from
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Default Re: Is this N.miranda??

most probably n. x gentle...however the bottom of the pitcher should be dented (it should look like that as if it is not fully inflated) and it is hard to get them pitchers if the condition is not optimum or favorable...

however, i assumed that your plant did not have this criteria and therefore most likely a different hybrid...

where did you get it from? can you show the whole plant? leaves attachment, tendril etc...
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