I have a lidless truncata pitcher forming. *This is the second pitcher produced by this plant under my care. *Accualy the third. *The first aborted, the second was flawless, and the third appears to be lidless. *It is just now starting to inflate, but there is NO LID! *the peristoma is starting to uncoil because there is no lid to hold it in till its fully inflated. *Just wondering what could have done that? *Its in the same location in the GH where it produced the flawless pitcher. *The only thing is I added the shade cloth back to the GH 55% because it was getting warm in the GH, but where I have the truncata it shouldn't have affected it much because the shadecloth doesn't cover the entire GH. *The front section is still uncovered. *I don't keep it waterlogged. *Its in a standard hanging basket with peat/perlite for the media and growing fine. *I let the media slightly dry a little before watering again, the peat never totaly dries I just let it get slightly damp, but there is no signs of it not growing. *Jsut the deformed pitcher. *What do you guys think? If you want a picture I need to wait till I get home and see where I want image hosting so I can post one.