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By grass_monster
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Joined:  Thu Sep 24, 2020 12:37 am
Howdy All! I've started collected a good number of neps and am very happy to have found this forum. I am in possession of a nap without an ID tag. Once upon a time I ordered a N. 'Jungle Bells' hybrid (probably ventricosa x sibuyanensis) that came with a bonus plant from predatory plants and I can't remember if I killed the Jungle Bells or if I just lost the tag for it.

It grows pretty fast and has a little pokey horn on the center of the top of the lid. Any help is appreciated :)
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By jiacheow
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Joined:  Sun Dec 15, 2019 3:36 am
I can’t tell but if I’ve to guess I’ll go for nepenthes x miranda. I’ve never owned a x Miranda plant or seedling though so I’m just guessing here.
By Ben Goudge
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Knowing Predatory Plants, it might be one of their in-house hybrids.
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By optique
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Joined:  Fri May 24, 2019 11:15 pm
if its from PP there really is no telling with the amount of house made hybrids they have unless you had one of them identify it

it is a nice looking plant.

if i had to take a wild guess but given less light
By TrapHappy
Posts:  17
Joined:  Thu Oct 08, 2020 7:52 pm
Looks like it has either stenophylla or northiana (or both) in its parentage, assuming it's a complex hybrid

Good job!

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