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By jkochuni
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Joined:  Sun Mar 22, 2009 8:19 pm
#410713
Nepenthes0260 wrote:I've never experienced it with natalensis so am not sure. I've noticed that nata generally has thinner roots than species such as aliciae and capensis.
Ok, thank you.


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By KategoricalKarnivore
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#411819
That’s D. aliciae.
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