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identify Nepenthes

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Hello.
Please help identify Nepenthes. I bought it as a N.neoguineensis. I suspect that this may be another nepenthe. I have another as n. Robcantleyi x campanulata but rather it was not him. Sorry for English but I use transalotor. :)

 

 

n. Robcantleyi x campanulata

 

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N.neoguineensis

 

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Two diffrent plants . Sorry for english. Red pither = Neoguineensis?   Dark = Robcantleyi x campanulata?

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The first plant could be n. Robcantleyi x spathulata

 Thank you. I suspected that it could be anything from spathulata. Still I do not know if the red is Neoguineensis. Can any of you know what kind nepenthe?

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Two diffrent plants . Sorry for english. Red pither = Neoguineensis?   Dark = Robcantleyi x campanulata?

Apologies, i misread your first post, your English is good :good2:

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1st I think is also spathulata x robcantleyi

2nd I think is sibuyanensis x talangensis

Here is mine.....

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I'm sure it has some trace of sibuyanensis in it. Judging by its leafs.

Hope this helps

Oliver

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Might as well chip in... the first one looks just like fusca x robcantleyi to me, it retains the robcantleyi leaf shape and I'm not sure spath x rc has that dark green colour. The second one definitely looks like it has some hamata in it ( flimsy-pitched, lid hairs, defined hip, and a thin, dark, ridged peristome), maybe sibuyanensis x hamata?

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I would bet like Megasoma for a sibuyanensis x hamata (tentacles on the upper surface of the lid)

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