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  1. Morning Guillaume_p! Hope those seedlings are coming along well! I've only tried once, but this was when I very first started attempting to grow. I'm still terrible, but getting there. I saw this post reciently by Gareth, might be helpful? He did a few tests - His experience might help out, have a look and see if there is anything you can try? Hope it helps! :)
  2. Love it, very unusual! Has the Alien mucus around the peristome :) I had on one of my Neps last month a weird undeveloped pitcher - was on a N.Maxima Wavy Leaf, thought it was pretty interesting, just has the lid. Other pitchers are normal, so most likely a change (Bad one) in my terrarium, will have to keep an eye on the next pitcher :)
  3. Hey Sarri, I'm no expert but I think you're right. Here is a great site to check up on any species and see other peoples photos for it: http://cpphotofinder.com/nepenthes-sanguinea-548.html Can search for any from here: http://cpphotofinder.com/search.php
  4. I had this when I was trying to grow outside in a very small greenhouse. I changed the lighting, tried LED, CFL, a whole range and the pitches still remained very small. I introduced a Humidifier, and noticed the pitches started to develop and form much faster but still many didn't fully develop, but I could not maintain my humidity without keeping the Greenhouse completely sealed. For me it was a catch 22 as I then had temps inside the greenhouse higher than 35 degrees midday and even with a huge industrial fan, i could not keep my temps at around 20 - 25 Degrees, so I had to try another plan
  5. An awe inspiring collection Krzysio!! Lovely plants and work in your thread! I'm hypnotized by your Robcantleyi x Hamata on page 10, I think it has to be the best cross I’ve seen yet, love the pinkish/red color, and that dark peristome! #Drool! Where was this one acquired from may I ask, or is this one of your own crosses, or seed grown? I'm very new to Neps, a noob one would say , but this weekend will be setting up a terrarium (4-Foot) for Highland Neps (First try!) and cannot wait!
  6. Beautiful! Toothy and that lovely hairy lid! I will eventually get one of those, I must sort out my Lighting/Humidity first in my make -make shift tiny walk-in greenhouse! Once I have the conditions just right, will make the plunge and never go back :) Happy growing!