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Nepenthes Villosa

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Fantastic Jeremiah! You are so lucky!

François.

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Guest Andreas Eils

Fantastic shots, Jeremiah! :man_in_love:

N. villosa IS, WAS and WILL EVER BE my favourite Nepenthes species! How´s your specimen doin´?

Regards,

Andreas

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Hi Jeremiah,

stunning plants. :man_in_love:

Must have been a nice trip. It´s always very interesting to see "our" plants in nature. N. villosa is also one of my favourite Nepenthes.

Thanks for sharing,

Dani

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MAN! fantastic. Truly breathtaking pictures Jeremiah. This nepenthes is surely right there with the rajah in my books in term of respect and admiration. A true masterpiece of nature. Of all those pics...I am in love with the last pic. Fantastic. :man_in_love:

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What a fantastic sight! Thanks for sharing.

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Wow

Thats is an amazing Villosa,a good few years old to ;-)

Bye for now julian

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Hey Jeremiah,

Great pics, cool plant! Was this on that trip that "everybody" went after that big Nep meeting in SE Asia last year?

Take care, Fernando Rivadavia

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Hello,

Yeah this was when I went to the Nepenthes Summit in Kuching but only 3 of us went went on to Kinabalu.

Thanks

Jeremiah

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Hi Jeremiah,

Thanks very much for sharing those wonderful photos of the "Holy Grail" of nepenthes.

The most frustrating thing is I've been to Sabah but it was a little before I'd restarted my CP collection and well before my love affair with nepenthes so I didn't know much about Mt Kinabalu and how richly it is populated with them.

I was there for about 4 days and kind of half heartedly decided if I could find someone who knew if there was a tour I could join to see nepenthes in the wild I would go.

Needless to say the tour wasn't with someone who knew what to look for and I spent a day walking around the lower portion of Mt K where I saw a few nepenthes but knowing what I know now I missed so much.

I have to go back, that's all there is to it!

Once again, great photos and thanks for sharing them with us.

Dave.

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Guest cristianoblank

oh. man...that is incredible...

very impressive... the plants are giant

I would very like some day to have the chance to go to a so pretty place....

Very tanks for sharing this...

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