Here i am once again with a potential problem of misslabbelling. I have a N. macfarlanei (i bought it labbeled like that several months ago). My plant is producing pitchers and is doing really good. But now that i have pitchers on the plant i am worried that what i bought as macfarlanei can be an hybrid (macfarlanei x sanguinea).
I have been looking pictures in the Internet and in the books i have, and my pitchers do not seem, for me, to be pure macfarlanei (I hope i am worng). They seem more mac x sanginea than the real species.
Here are some pics. I hope that you guys can help me to confirm that i do have the real spicies or in theo ther hand, if once again i was sold and hybrid insted the species.
Here you see the pitcher:
Here is the peristome and upper part of the pitcher:
And here is the whole plant:
Is there the possibility that this pitcher is trully macfarlanei, but is a pitcher of an immature plant? Any help?