I remember very well all those pictures of dubia x jamban you showed me at the last ICPS meeting. That's why I suggested this hybrid to Phil in the first place. Still, our British friend will have to wait a bit before we can be sure.
Ahaha i would be thrilled for a dubia x jamban, I love dubia and all but that hybrid looks amazing. You know.... If you don't want it because it's a hybrid ;D Ahaha Nice plant though man, it's not one of those plants (if it is d x j) that you see every day...
To me, it looks like a cross of jacquelineae and some other hybrid. Lighter in color than a jacquelineae, but it's a nep. The peristome is similar and so is the lid. Maybe crossed with a longer, skinnier nep? Just my completely newbie opinion. Keep in mind it could always be a hyrbid x hybrid or a hybrid x pure. You'll never know. At least you have a few species to base your best guess off of.
No updates yet on this dubia x jamban. It hasn't pitchered for a while - although it looks like it now has new pitchers developing. However, it has continued to grow quite fast and is now 56cm (1ft 10inch) tall - or would be if I hadn't laid it on it's side to try and encourage side shoots / 'basals'. So wait a couple of months and I should have some updates to share.
Hi all, Haven't been on the site for a year or so, and was just told to have a look here. Having been in central-north Sumatra, I also saw many plants hybrids of dubia and jamban... and actually collected a few seeds of plants believing it was dubia, while it will probably turn out a hybrid. As I grow on peat etc (no TC) it takes quite a while till the plant grows big enough to guarantee it's such or such species!
Will keep reading you all, and all the best to everybody,
I've realised I didn't post any pics of the uppers last year. So as it's recently open a new pitcher, here it is now.
It also looks like I've another plant of this hybrid. A much slower grower, I only noticed this pitcher yesterday
Some other nice hybrids with other parents have grown from this seed batch - I'll post some pic's later in the year when they pitcher. But thankfully, at least some of them do look to be dubia. So this really was a great batch of seeds!
plantguyty1: I'm looking for pollen.
Dec 31, 2016 23:50:46 GMT 7
fredp: I'm trying to add a PDF file to a new thread but it doesn't seem to work thru the "Add Attachment" button. Can someone help?
Jan 8, 2017 0:08:27 GMT 7
plantguyty1: Does anybody need pollen? I have N. Miranda it's the first time it flowered for me so I do not know if its sterile or a good candidate. Is there anybody with an active female that would like to give my pollen a shot?
Feb 19, 2017 1:19:37 GMT 7
siravi: im looking for seeds, anyone?
Mar 15, 2017 13:41:04 GMT 7
samu0945: I'm looking for N. Aristolochioides
Apr 2, 2017 8:48:30 GMT 7
thatoneplantboi: Hey guys, I'm new to growing nepenthes, I'm getting a mini indoor greenhouse to grow them in. What kind of light should I use for them? Also, if you could provide a link to a product, it would be very much appreciated
Oct 5, 2017 10:16:29 GMT 7
borneo: Yes, they work superbly. But you don't need expensive lights, cheap ones work well too.
Sept 2, 2018 14:34:57 GMT 7
mylesg: i havent checked in here for a while, why does it seem all the CP forums have lost their once strong activity? the trade/sale section used to be so active and now its a ghost town. where is everybody hanging out these days for a strong online CP community?
Dec 9, 2018 3:15:01 GMT 7
mylesg: Happy holidays to everyone out there!
Dec 26, 2018 0:23:13 GMT 7