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Nepenthes macfarlanei pics

Here's a couple of BE clones:



up close to show white hairs under lid

Cheers & Happy 4th!

P.S. - Anyone care to share growing tips? I can grow most highland/intermediate plants pretty well, but
this species is difficult.
Heres a pic of mine... mind if I share? In my opinion this species is really easy to grow with conditions of a low of 50*F at night and a high of about 77* in the day with humidity at about 85-90% at night and about 60-75% humidity in the day. Although there isn't much to look at, it puts out about 2 leaves per month so hopefully ill have some bigger pitchers down the road. The root system is pretty big which is why it's in a 7" pot.

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Very nice ! Good job ! Awesome looking pitchers.

Dou you have the others 2 neps from genting highs?
For myself, i have sanguinea and ramispina, but i dont have macfarlanei.
Macfarlanei can be found only at 1000+ so its a real highland. Not like sanguinea who is more intermed. So congrats for the goods results!

Very beautiful plants and intriguing lid hair!

But might yours be the ubiquitous N. "macfarlanei" (sanguinea x macfarlanei or something)?

It doesn't quite resemble the N. macfarlanei that is considered true: http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6088/6034481258_b4eceff2b9_b.jpg Or look at the hall of fame for Jeremiah's entry last month.