Ok, so normally, a Nepenthes pitcher will inflate until it reaches the point where it will open, then the lid will pop open, then the peristome flattens and rolls over and good stuff happens...But what if, hypothetically, one was to accidentally "pop" the pitcher lid open open before the pitcher was done developing? Would the plant abort the pitcher, keep growing, or develop the pitcher at the size it was at? You see, I had an "incident" in my terrarium last night, where a bottle of ice fell on top of a half - developed pitcher on my N. spathulata x platychila. The pitcher was mostly undamaged, but apparently the pressure the bottle put on it was enough to make the lid pop open. Any help would be appreciated, that pitcher took a month to grow!