The Sphagnum moss in the first picture, from Meadowview looks identical to some that I have which I believe originates locally to me. The first H. heterodoxa x ionasii is elongated and had small nectar spoons, this is typical of lack of light. I grow mine on a kitchen windowsill and in the shorter winter days the pitchers look like yours. In the summer new pitchers form a more bulbous shape with a pronounced nectar spoon.
This is perhaps a good comparison. This picture was taken in May 2010 and you can see that the new forming pitcher is different from the remaining, which were developed in the winter (except the broken on which was from the previous summer)
This is a nectar spoon from the same plant in June 2010