Decided it was time to repot a large x Red Leopard that was overwhelming the chili pepper plant it was growing up. It also needed to be moved because of low light levels on that side of the house this time of year. When I removed its pot (which was inside a much larger pot containing the chili plant) I noticed it had outgrown the pot completely, venturing into the dirt and mulch of the chili plant. It had some very weird looking root nodules for a nepenthes, and there were also some white fungal sites around the inside of the pot (they look like perlite, but aren't in the 4th and 5th picture). Any thoughts on what either could be? The plant has been growing incredibly well, actually the best of all my plants.