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Whats the Difference? Do You Know?

Posted by kennith 10b CA (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 23, 08 at 1:23

I just received a Nepenthes Velvet and a Nepenthes Miranda this week(both very large/beautiful)from two different vendors on Ebay. Are they both the same plants??? They look so much alike and silimar to an "eye of a novice." Have I been bamboozled?

With Most respects,
Ken


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RE: Whats the Difference? Do You Know?

I only own a young miranda but the difference i would think is the hybrid, do you have pics of both plants?


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Hybird crosses

N. Miranda Hybrid is:
Nepenthes maxima x (maxima x northiana).

The N. Velvet hybrid is:
N. fusca x maxima

Sorry this is separate had to leave for a little while so i couldn't look up the hybrids, hope this helps, both plants do look similar


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RE: Whats the Difference? Do You Know?

Thank you very much, I was puzzled till you came along,

Always,
Ken


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