Took some new pictures today of some fine (and not so fine) looking things.
My S. 'Mardi Gras' just opened up it's first new pitcher since I've had it. Vibrant and beautiful.
S. 'Mardi Gras' 6-21-14 by the_bugman_cometh, on Flickr
My S. Minor, starting to look like it's older siblings (which are looking pretty ragged). This is essentially the only living leaf on the plant
S. Minor 6-21-14 by the_bugman_cometh, on Flickr
A budding flower on my U. Calycifida 'Asenathe Waite'. Hopefully the first of many (three buds so far):
Asenathe Waite Flower 6-21-14 by the_bugman_cometh, on Flickr
My VFT 'Dente'; developing it's first "toothed" traps
VFT 'dente' 6-21-14. 2png by the_bugman_cometh, on Flickr
Even more S. Rubra weirdness. Can't it just make a single normal looking pitcher?
S. Rubra (close) 6-21-14 by the_bugman_cometh, on Flickr
If you can't tell, the one on the right is crooked
S. Rubra 6-21-14 by the_bugman_cometh, on Flickr
And finally....something I've been seeing the last few days with increasing frequency. Maybe someone knows what they are, and if it's possible they are the cause of some of the plant deformities I've been experiencing.
Cp pest by the_bugman_cometh, on Flickr