an idea !!!

jeff

Carnivorous Plant Addict
if we compare the nectar spoon on ciliata (to the right) and my taxon, I don't see any hairs on this one
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for pulchella it could be one, but normally the nectar spoon is grafted directly on the edge of the pitcher, there it seems to me that it is a little detached

anyway thank you for your help ;)

jeff
 

Avery

Carnivore
It depends. There are lots of different pulchella clones. I have one from Akopan Tepui that resembles the plant above with the detached nectar spoons, although mine is grown in brighter conditions.

Avery
 

jeff

Carnivorous Plant Addict
I had also thought of what an H.sp "Akopan Tepui" called ,to see then :rolleyes:
 

Avery

Carnivore
Nothing about it really suggests “Sp Akopan” to me… the downward internal pitcher hairs look like pulchella, and the Akopan location does have a little “spur” on the nectar spoon. I think the plant above is grown in low lighting so the nectar spoon isn’t very well developed.

H. pulchella “Akopan Tepui”:

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