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LETs SEE YOUR HAMATA's! (photo thread)

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Fine looking plants, everyone!

I took a few quick pics this afternoon:

Wistiba clone 3
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BE-158
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John de Kanel clone - BE
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And for fun, the red cousin
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Cheers,
Paul
 
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I want a red hairy hamata more then i wanted a regular hamata thats prob why i got a Macro before i got a Hamata their very similar and i love the shape of them lol! u have such huge amazing neps! I'm sure everyone is drooling right now!
 
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I can see Alvins and they look great!


Ok this was the best pics I could do, Hard to take pics when you're forced to grow highlanders in a refrigerated box to fight the 100 degree weather...


These are two seed grown plants from Sulawesi "site B"





This one is a BE HK75/JK Clone








Hopefully those don't hurt your guys eyes, even with my t5s on the pics come off purple but I'm only use an old cell cam.
 
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I see alvins now! Absolutely beautiful!!

FLIP, yrs are fantastic sure makes my little guy look like a toy for a barbie! In comparison to yours and everyone else's!!
 
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I want a red hairy hamata more then i wanted a regular hamata thats prob why i got a Macro before i got a Hamata their very similar and i love the shape of them lol! u have such huge amazing neps! I'm sure everyone is drooling right now!

Thanks for the kind comments. Regarding the "Red Hairy" hamata, I guess a lot of people want to grow this plant because it is pretty rare. Frankly, I think the true Nepenthes hamata is a superior plant. It is much easier to cultivate and , IMHO, more attractive. Also, none of the few I have seen have the hirsute appearance of Ch'ien Lee's beautiful photo: Stock Photograph of Nepenthes hamata from Central Sulawesi, Indonesia (cld04091504) - www.wildborneo.com.my
 
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I think i like the hairy red hamata cause its so red and fuzzy. I really like darker pitchers but i kinda prefur solid colored pitchers on Neps. Though i usually go for long slender pitchers like on reinwardtiana, ramispina and albomarginata's
I really like its deep maroon to bright red color and its tubby little pitcher shape :D the one thing i really love about this species is their cute little hairy lid - to be honest that's what got me to actually finally get one i just couldn't resist petting it lol lol lol
 
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Well Geezzz... Maiden thats a beauty!! Its got by far one of the most perfectest (lol if that makes sence!) perisome I've seen! No need for braces on that guy!!

Heli- that's absolutely beautiful great colors !
 
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singalana x red hairy hamata
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A friend of mine who has been an expert in the field of CP's for decades will be selling off two batches of rooted cuttings from his wistuba grown plant in the coming weeks.

He has adapted it to living on a windowsill with cheap growlights from Lowe's. Follow his Facebook page 'Nepenthes Hamata' for updates.

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