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N. Jambam

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First time i post a picture . Hope you guy's enjoy it!!

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thanks
 

dvg

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Labine, that's an excellent showing of pitchers on such a young plant.

Your jamban seems to be very content in your conditions...you've got that puppy purring like a kitten.
 

petmantis

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You must show more pics of your plants, that is truly an outstanding specimen, Pascal! Thanks for sharing :)
 
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i wish i received my jamban at that size. it's so cute and little. when i got mine, it already was vining and decided to scorch itself with the growlights. :p i promptly upgraded the tank size after that. a truly great looking plant!
 

Exo

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Funny, they kinda look a bit like N. jacquilineae (sp?) at that size. :)
 

vraev

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naaah Exo. There are distinct differences in jacq and jamban foliage and pitchers. Even from a small age. I have both at same size and the jacq has a broader persitome from early on. Also jamban seems to be a vine from early on as well.
 

Exo

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naaah Exo. There are distinct differences in jacq and jamban foliage and pitchers. Even from a small age. I have both at same size and the jacq has a broader persitome from early on. Also jamban seems to be a vine from early on as well.

Really? The foliage looks pretty similar to me....:scratch:
 
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