help to ID pitcherless nep
leaves are looks like alata (6-8in) in length, tendrils are hairy looks like tarantula legs and its short (4in), growing tip is chocolate brown. any ideas
First of all, pictures are pretty much essential when IDing CPs.
Secondly, the characteristics that you described are common throughout almost all species of Nepenthes. Even with a photo it is most likely impossible to identify the plant.
Your best bet is going to be trying to coax your carnivore into producing pitchers, and for that information, seek out the wealth of knowledge in the threads that make up this wonderful oasis