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A trip to the nursery

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Well, I visited the shop again and it seems like they have not stocked up their plants. This was what I saw. Try guessing these plants! I have also took picture of the foliage for easier identification :)

1) Quite sure these are hookeriana.

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5) Only one half dead pitcher on :(
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6) That peristome [emoji7]
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7)
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8) This one is REALLY, REALLY hairy!
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9) A big one :>
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10) Looks like Nepenthes Gracilis to me!
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11) Ventricosa, I guess
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12) I particularly like this Hookeriana (I think). The Ampullaria genes in it are really evident!

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13) Different species all thrown into the same pot <3
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16) Well, this plant was here when I visited a few months back, but it is still here!
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18) This one came with a tag!
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19) The ventratas... as usual flooding the place. One pot for about 5-6 usd lol.
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This one is huge!
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20) Biodomes.... So reddish.
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I really like the stripes on the peristome :)
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21) Not many flytraps... This was the most beautiful one I could find. Really big traps as compared to the others.
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22) Came here just to buy Sarracenia Purpurea! Stuck between these two. I got the left one at last.
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There were more Nepenthes but they seem to resemble each other. I will take more pictures when I make another trip down next month or so! I enquired the days that they restock their plant and it was Tuesday, but I went on Monday, lol.

Happy guessing!
 
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Please tell me that place is in Ohio, please.
Nope [emoji23] [emoji23]. Not even in America, hehe :p.

EDIT: It seems that Tapatalk cut my post till 13) but I can view everything perfectly using Google Chrome. Try using the web if my post mysteriously gets cut off at 13).
 
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1. Definitely hookeriana, some look like they might have some powdery mildew on them.
2. Too blurry a picture to tell, something with maxima in it.
3. Looks like glandulifera or more likely a hybrid (perhaps boschiana x glandulifera)
4. Looks like a chaniana hybrid
5. I want to go with boschiana, or a hybrid
6. Too blurry to tell
7. Another boschiana hybrid
8. Might be pure chaniana
9. Another glandulifera hybrid
10 and 11. Both probably the same thing, definitely NOT gracilis! I would go with merrilliana x campanulata, or another similar, prominent campy hybrid
14. Truncata hybrid, possibly with boschiana
15. No clue
16. Some sort of maxima/veitchii hybrid, probably complex
17. Another glandulifera or hybrid
 
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The one under the text "This one is huge" seems to have caught a stick. Not sure how well it'll digest it or what kind of nutrients it'll get out of it. Maybe that's why it's huge. Never tried feeding one a stick.
 
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