Of course macrophylla would have hard pitchers... I reckon its fair to speculate that all the macrohpyllas would have some lowii in their heritage naturally. I mean if TM did exist in any great numbers prior to humans collecting there then it would have certainly crossed back to macrophylla at times.
Post by agustinfranco on May 19, 2007 17:46:23 GMT 7
I agree with you all; if you cross two species with woody pitchers, you'll get one heck of a hybrid with hard pitchers too. It's like crossing two species with long lasting pitchers, the progeny most likely would have long lasting pitchers too.
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