Identification of 2 nepenthes and 1 pinguicula


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Looks like N. truncata red flush. The new leaves are red. Later, the red color moves down the tendril and into the developing pitcher. It is a neat color variant. The other Nep appears to be N. alata/graciliflora or a hybrid thereof. The ping has no curled margins, so it is probably P. agnata or a hybrid or related species/hybrid (there are a bunch). The ping will have to get bigger and probably need to flower before you can make a positive ID.

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