Found a very nice new truncata pitcher hidden away in the tank.
Firstly, this is the common one I see...peristome folded back... on most of the seedlings.
However, the second seedlings pitchers always hang and they show a very nice peristome. Infact, if I may say so...looks like a bonsai version of the Queen of spades.
old pitcher...showing color
This is what I am talking about,,,newest pitcher
I dont know if this is genetic difference in both seedlings or if it is due to the fact that the pitcher was pressed against the back of the pot (reminiscent of N. veitchii growing vertically on a tree using its peristome to clasp the bark)
How's everyone else's royal children coming along? Does anyone have pics of more original black truncata parent population?