My collection of helis


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Yummy, nice colours, nice results :).

However, are you sure that the H. huberi is a dwarf form, and isn't hybridised/introgressed with H. pulchella ? Just asking, since the two species grow on Angasima tepui, and well, your plant does resembles H. pulchella, without being one thought.

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Today i will presnet you some pictures taken with normal light and not under LED :biggrin: 

Heliamphora spec. nov. Angasima

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Heliamphora spec. nov. Akopan

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Heliamphora folliculata x neblinae - Clone 1

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Heliamphora chimantensis "Chimanta tepui"

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Heliamphora heterodoxa "Gran Sabana

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Heliamphora pulchella x chimantensis "Chimanta tepui"

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Heliamphora exappendiculata "Apacapa Tepui"

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Heliamphora exappendiculata "Amuri Tepui" Wild Seedgrown

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Heliamphora uncinata Giant

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Heliamphora exappendiculata x uncinata"Amuri Tepui" Wild Seedgrown

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