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By Ozric
Posts:  2
Joined:  Wed Jun 16, 2021 1:24 am
Hi all

Just signed up, so I'm new here

I live in Jakarta, Indonesia and Nepenthes are pretty easy to come by, I just bought a batch from the Internet, all are very healthy and doing well, I just need help in identifying them, they are all Lowlanders and I think pure species not hybrids.

Any help greatfully appreciated.

Cheers Alan
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By Darkroom Denizen
Posts:  61
Joined:  Mon Mar 01, 2021 11:35 pm
I'm pretty sure 1,4,7,8, and 9 are N. rafflesiana (or at least a hybrid of it). The others I'm not so sure but they look like hybrids to me. I definitely don't have the most experience with nepenthes so I could be wrong.

All of them look amazing though!

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