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By Copper2
#352040
Based on the give away by sanguinearocks101 I thought it would be fun to do a guessing game. So I’ll give hints and you can post what species you think it is and I’ll say if you’re right or wrong. After your post is answered you can post another guess if you got it wrong. If you win then you start the next guessing game so choose a species and provide some hints!

Hint 1: Stemming and different leave forms
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By Cross
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#352041
Shuppensteil? I can't spell it right lol.

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By Benny
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#352051
D. Capensis technically stems(?)

Is the plant carnivorous, or is it any kind of plant?
By Copper2
#352053
Sorry, wrong answer.

Yes it is carnivorous. Stem forming also includes vining plants...
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By Nepenthes0260
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#352077
Yes!

Ok. I'm going to start off with four hints:
It was discovered in 2011
It has two confirmed natural hyrbids
It is from Asia
It attains quite a large size

This one is going to be a bit harder...
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