Help in identifying Nepenthes


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Hello friends i have a doubt in regard to a Nepenthes and like an opinion from you regarding this matter. It is as follows; a friend of mine bought a while ago a plant with the identification of N. madagascariensis, but the problem is that when viewing photos on the web he found that the color of the stem, tendril and format of the pitchers was different. To better understand the situation I leave here one photo of the plant:

 

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And then, someone makes a guess?

 

Best regards,

 

Rodrigo

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I do not think this plant is one N. x willamsii, the format of peristomium is different out that the color of the stem and confers no Tendris. Anyway thanks for trying to identify it for me. 

 

So, anyone here have another guess?

 

Best regards,

 

Rodrigo

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Given what was reviewed here every reason to believe that this plant is not the true N. madagascariensis, perhaps a hybrid involving this CP. 

 

And then what do you think?


 

Best regards,

 

Rodrigo

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Many thanks for the tip on the identification of this Nepenthes Marcelo Catalano, because of her seems that another friend managed to get the real ID of this plant. The same it is a N. x trichocarpa, a natural hybrid between the N. ampullaria and N. gracilis

 

I thank all who have spoken on this topic and, therefore, give this matter closed. 
 
Best regards, 
 
Rodrigo
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