I just got this plant today and I was curious what is wrong with it, it seems to have made 3 variegated leaves but otherwise looks healthy. I've got it bagged and not with my other plants for now. I know there are variegated varieties of Nepenthes but usually they are advertised and priced as being variegated.
As you can see, the old growth from when the cutting was made and the newest growth don't show any striping, only the 3 leaves in the middle. Is this due to environment, pesticide chemicals, virus...
Leaf top (notice no striping on stem)
Leaf bottom, at first I didn't think I saw any striping below
new growth seems clean
A couple people in the chat box said they have had Nepenthes make variegated leaves before for no reason. I've been growing since 2000 and never seen such a thing on any of my plants. Any input or photos you care to share on this phenomenon would be much appreciated. Ease my fears, I really want to keep & enjoy this plant but I don't wanna risk my entire collection for it.