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Jeremiah's Photos - Giant Nepenthes Tour Oct 2012

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Hello,

Today I finally had chance to go through some of my more then 9000 photos I took.

I had such a wonderful time on the tour and got to reconnect and meet some great people. I big thanks goes out to Alastair for showing us such a great time.

I have added over 500 Photos from my trip here http://www.leilanine...ctober-2012.htm

Mt. Victoria, Philippines.

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Nepenthes philippinensis

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We crossed back and forth this river 14 times on our assent

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Nepenthes philippinensis

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Nepenthes attenboroughii with wild caught tree shrew

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Nearing the Summit

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New species of orchid

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Nepenthes attenboroughii

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Nepenthes attenboroughii

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Nepenthes attenboroughii

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Nepenthes attenboroughii

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Nepenthes attenboroughii

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A very dark N. attenboroughii

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Nepenthes attenboroughii

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Nepenthes attenboroughii

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The single biggest pitcher of N. attenboroughii I found

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Nepenthes attenboroughii with iPhone

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Nepenthes attenboroughii Male flower

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Drosera ultramafica

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Alastair Robinson and me (Jeremiah Harris)

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After a few days in the jungle.

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Drying everything out

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PS. Could a Mod edit the hyperlink out of the title?

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Mt. Kinabalu Borneo

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N. rajah

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Alastair Robinson and N. rajah

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A Japanese film crew trying to get footage of N. rajah and shrews.

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Nepenthes burbidgeae

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Steve Fretwell, Alastair Robinson, John V.D. Werf, John Yates.

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Tub of N. villosa

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Ranau Borneo

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John looking for Nepenthes

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Nepenthes reinwardtiana

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Nepenthes reinwardtiana

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Nepenthes reinwardtiana

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Nepenthes fusca

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Nepenthes fusca

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Nepenthes stenophylla

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Nepenthes stenophylla

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Natural hybrid between N. fusca and N. stenophylla.

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Nepenthes reinwardtiana

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Nepenthes reinwardtiana

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Nepenthes stenophylla

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Natural hybrid between N. fusca and N. stenophylla.

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Natural hybrid between N. reinwardtiana and N. stenophylla

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Nepenthes stenophylla

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Nepenthes macrovulgaris

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Nepenthes macrovulgaris

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Mt. Tambuyukon Borneo

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Nepenthes burbidgeae

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Nepenthes edwardsiana

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Nepenthes edwardsiana

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Nepenthes edwardsiana

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Nepenthes villosa

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Nepenthes villosa

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Frog On a N. rajah lid

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Nepenthes villosa

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Nepenthes rajah

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Nearing the top

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Nepenthes rajah

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Nepenthes edwardsiana The biggest pitcher I found

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Nepenthes edwardsiana

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Nepenthes edwardsiana

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Nepenthes edwardsiana

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Nepenthes edwardsiana

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The trail back.

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Mt. Trus Madi Borneo

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Guides House

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Large Python

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Me and Nepenthes macrophylla

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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The top of Mt. Trus Madi

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Small Nepenthes × trusmadiensis

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Small Nepenthes × trusmadiensis

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Nepenthes lowii

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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Nepenthes lowii

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Nepenthes × trusmadiensis

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Nepenthes lowii

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Nepenthes macrophylla and Nepenthes lowii

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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Alastair and Me with Nepenthes macrophylla

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Nepenthes macrophylla

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The trail

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Nepenthes × trusmadiensis

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Nepenthes × trusmadiensis and Nepenthes lowii

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Steve Fretwell and Nepenthes lowii

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Steve Fretwell trying to avoid getting N. lowii juice on him.

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Me and Nepenthes lowii

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Very small orchid

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Nepenthes × trusmadiensis

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Nepenthes lowii

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Hi Jeremiah, what can we say...just brilliant. Thanks a lot.

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So many photos :shock:.... ten minutes of unbridled botanical joy!

Thanks very much for sharing!

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Very cool! I also liked seeing what the soil looks like where some if these are growing!

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Thanks for the photo bonanza. 9000+ pics! It seems your camera really had to work on this trip as well.

Great to find something new, looks like a Liparis species.

Regards,

Christer

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Superb photos Jeremiah and what a trip. Interesting some of the macrophylla have lid secretions, a characteristic one would expect to see in a N. xTrus. However they still look like macrophylla although the peristomes do have the odd protrusion. Possibly (macro x lowii) x macro what does everybody else think? They remind me of one of Wistubas macrophylla clones that seems by common consent to be classed as N.xTrus, although its not a primary x Trus hybrid for sure. Obviously there are lot of complex crosses on Trusmadi.

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Hi Jeremiah,

great photos from an awesome trip! It reminds me on my trip to Mt. Tambuyukon and Marai Parai - but then Mt. Trusmadi was unfortunately still closed... :'(

Do you have more pictures of Drosera ultramafica plants and flowers? Would be nice for me to compare them again to those we found on Mt. Tambuyukon and Marai Parai!

Cheers

Marc

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Have just taken a look through your pictures, Jeremiah - a wonderful selection - thanks for sharing. Also, don't mention it - it was a pleasure to lead the group, and I enjoyed my time with you guys immensely.

Christer, the orchid is a Stigmatodactylus - a first record of the genus in the Philippines. Marc, Trus Madi was never closed - the main trail has been shut down, but one can climb from at least two other routes. If you ever face this situation again, please get in touch.

Merry Christmas and all the best for 2013 to all,

Alastair.

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*** I AM A DUPLICATE POST - PLEASE DELETE ME IF IT IS IN YOUR POWER ***

Have just taken a look through your pictures, Jeremiah - a wonderful selection - thanks for sharing. Also, don't mention it - it was a pleasure to lead the group, and I enjoyed my time with you guys immensely.

Christer, the orchid is a Stigmatodactylus - a first record of the genus in the Philippines. Marc, Trus Madi was never closed - the main trail has been shut down for a few years of maintenance, but one can climb from at least two other routes. If you ever face this situation again, please get in touch.

Merry Christmas and all the best for 2013 to all,

Alastair.

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wild orchids living with cute nepenthes-what a attractive scenery! however it is reported that SEasia has been suffering from deforestation!Fate of these beutiful plants is somewhat worrysome.

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Hi Alstair,

I wrote it wrong. The mountain itself wasn't closed but the the main road was "inexistent" due to a land slide. ;-)

So did you see D. ultramafica on Mt. Tambuyukon?

Kind regards

Marc

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