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Nepenthes burbidgeae x edwardsiana ?

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We're exploring the parentage of Nepenthes burbidgeae x edwardsiana sold by Malesiana Tropicals.  Though it's impossible to draw a definite conclusion currently with our incomplete data set, it's fun to ponder.  We personally believe there's a high likelihood that Nepenthes villosa is involved in the male parentage.

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Nepenthes northiana cultivation

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Here we go over the cultivation of the enigmatic Nepenthes northiana, native to the limestone cliffs of the Bau area in Borneo.

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A veitchii pilgrimage to the Maliau Basin

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I've had an obsession with Nepenthes veitchii ever since I first was introduced to carnivorous plants.  So when I finally had the means to travel, I set out on a quest to study as many locations as possible in order to understand the variation and habitat preferences of this incredible species.  I'll dive into veitchii's cultivation and the differences of the many forms in a later blog post.  However, here I want to share the ultimate veitchii experience, the Maliau Basin.  Though most forms of veitchii will hug or cling to trees (except the prostate forms from around Bareo), there are a few...

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Carnivero's Story

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We were recently interviewed by Tom Bennet of Tom's Carnivores to tell the story of Carnivero, our origins, our mission and how we got here.  Enjoy the read!

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Behind the scenes tour of Carnivero guided by Jeremiah Harris

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