Post by Dave Evans on Jul 14, 2008 13:57:50 GMT -10
Your plant isn't showing enough detail yet... At this point all I can say is it looks close to N. alata (flat peristome), but something is a bit off... Like the base of the pitcher isn't swollen enough, the lamia seem extra rounded... The plant is a little too hairy... But it could just be a pudgy, hirsute N. alata. Nice color. Too bad about leaf spotting.
In my opinion, it does not look like N. boschiana, expect for the coloration pattern on the pitcher, not even the leaves. And similar color patterns can be found on the pitchers of several species.
Last Edit: Jul 15, 2008 20:18:23 GMT -10 by Dave Evans
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