I've got something that looks like scale, but I don't think it is.
It's small, white, flat, cottony-looking (but NOT fluffy), stationary, and oval/round. Found them growing where the ala meets the pitcher wall on one of my Heliamphora.
Can't find pics of it anywhere and I've been searching and searching. It's hollow, too! No juicy bug inside that I can see. It's like a scale-shaped cocoon or something. I saw a grand daddy long leg spider living in the vicinity of them so I googled the egg sac pics for that spider and it looks totally different, so I think he's just an innocent bystander this time
There was also no damage to the pitcher where they were (but would there have been a week from now? who knows?), but they were old, half dead pitchers so I removed them anyway.
I plan on spraying ortho but I'd still like to know what they are.