Hey guys. I received a small N. ramispina some time ago, and every single pitcher that it's produced has been deformed. While they are increasing in size (and so are the leaves) the top of the pitcher, just under the lid in between the peristome, always "pinches" inward so that it's convex (while the other side is concave.) Why is this? I have high humidity (like.. 80 lows, 95 highs), great light (the whole plant is a solid maroon.) Good air movement. RO water. During the summer, the high is 80 (but most of the day is mid 70's) and nights at 70. Right now, the high is about 78 and lows of 60 (will get lower in winter.) It's planted in pure LFS. It never showed any setback from being shipped to me.
Every single pitcher does this. Doesn't make any sense. All of my other plants are fine.