Ok so my N. Tentaculata hasnt pitchered for a few months and now it has finally started pitchering. Unfortunetly, it's making these weird deformed pitchers. When I bought it, it did have a pitcher like this. I have proper HL conditions except for humidity. Humidity is about 50-60% so that might be the problem. It is making a "normal" pitcher which has a small lid so I dont know what is causing these deformed pitchers. Is it root rot? The soil doesnt look that good for neps, looks like peat, perlite, sphagnum, and sticks. Should I repot it? Has anyone ever experienced a similiar problem? Is it sick or just a very weird mutant tentaculata?
Pics of the deformed...
Pic of a normal pitcher but just has a small lid
The plant itself..