Here are a couple of images of a young Heliamphora sarracenioides, here producing its first mature pitcher -- a long time in coming. The first photographs show the plant in early November of 2008 or thereabouts; and the second set, from this week:
It has been suggested by some at the CP UK site that many of the H. sarracenioides currently in cultivation are hybrids, presumably by judging the appearance of the first mature pitcher leaves. I seriously doubt that that is true, since there is a great deal of variability in shape, even among mature leaves in the wild, and also among plants that I've had for years. Wistuba, who described the plant in 2004 (http://www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn...v34n1p4_6.html) also disputes this, since the plant (whose specific location and growing range remains "undisclosed" to avoid poaching) exists in rather isolated conditions . . .