The curious case of Benjualaneae Button: It's pitchers have been getting successively smaller. The small pitcher in the top right is its latest one, lid open and everything. What the heck?? It appears to be that the next tendrils have more oomph to them, but I really wonder why this N. jacquelineae was doing this. Hopefully it gets better.
N. hamata finally starting to produce a pithcer, I hope!
N. glabrata pitcher finally open and coloring up.
The other N. glabrata is pitchering just fine, but taking forever and a half to color up.
Just for fun, U. calcyfida. I love when the leaves look like this.
D. prolifera being prolific (unlike the spec x aristo right behind it.)
Thanks for looking.
I also added an update to the N. argentii progression at the top of page 4.