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    I just wan't to ask if anyone has ever experienced this with a pitcher plant. I have a white-topped pitcher, and its newest pitcher is rather odd. It is only about 2 inches high, but it is green on one side, reddish on the other, and is twisted around about 3 times!

    Thanks!

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    Aphids? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]
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    No, it's natural, at least I think. It hasn't looped, just twisted-
    ex- l=left r=right m=middle

    l m r
    l m r
    r m l
    r m l
    m l r
    m l r

    hope you understood that!

    Craig

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    They do that sometimes. I think especially in leucophylla and rubra, which tend to put out weak spring pitchers.

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