I do have pics, but I don't have them loaded into photobucket yet. The pure amp pitchers are much different, shorter and fatter and with practically no lid. They are left open to catch rain water. Some people say they are also evolving to be not strictly carnivorous. They collect rotting leaves and other vegetation as well. Plus, they pitcher so much from basal shoots that you can't hardly see the leaves at all. All you see is a big ball of pitchers. In the amp x talangensis cross you can see the amp influence, but you can definitely tell it isn't pure ampullaria.