Halt, I have 4 known females in my collection, none of which go through the little lid syndrome, while a couple of my known males do. What does that say to your "hypothesis"
But it makes no sense to anyone else...
Humans/animals =/=Plants. Even if a Nepenthes is female, their reproductive system doesn't work exactly the same as humans/animals.
Also, how does a bigger leaf cause Small Lid Syndrome?
Edit: Lol, BigBella.
No i think that it should vary, it could be bigger leaves, small lid syndrome, basals, anything else, even some minute change. Actually, DNA makes up everything, so maybe it could be the dna. iknow the reproductive stuff aint the same, but im just saying its an idea. they have a different number of chromasomes as humans/animals/insects/bugs/ other plants. idk. dont get mad at me, im just thinking outside the box(: