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By murrkywaters
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#377389
Any idea? I was thinking sessifolia when it was smaller, but all if my sessifolia are red and have slightly different leaves.
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By murrkywaters
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Doesn't look like any of my burmannii but I won't count it out granted this pot is overcrowded but even the pattern of flower buds is different Image

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By Apollyon
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Yeah that looks like a Burmannii to me too. I have a couple green/white ones
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By murrkywaters
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The flowers being in a clump is messing with me more than the color

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By Nepenthes0260
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Nice plant. 100% burmannii. Burmannii is a very variable species (it occurs anywhere from Hong Kong to Northern Australia) and different forms have different pigmentation. Sessifolia is a quite rare South American species, and 90% of the "sessifolia" in cultivation are green burmannii.
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By murrkywaters
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Weirdly enough the sessifolia seeds I got are also red tendriled. None of my seeds I knew about produced green plants.

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