It's clone 2. The one with the wider peristome which IMHO is a little better looking than clone 1. It retains its symetrical shape better than 1 but still as the pitchers get larger and upper, they tend to show some deformation. This even holds true for macrophylla. TM though does seem to pass some really desirable traits to its progeny though: long lived, hardy pitchers, good color, ridges/teet and a flared peristome in some cases.
I'm not sure I like this post concatenation based on when the last time you posted into a thread was. Anyhow, this was supposed to be a separate post:
Two ventricosa crosses:
ventricosa x angasanensis:
ventricosa x ramispina (Black Knight):
Two (veitchii x lowii) x spectabilis crosses:
Plant 1 (Pink):
Plant 2 (Yellow):