Hey guys. I got this plant a couple of months ago as a freebie in an order from a BE retailer. It was labeled N x 'Rokko'. I am familiar with Nepenthes 'Rokko', and in my opinion this plant looks nothing like it. Overall, the plant is very small, and produces lovely little pitchers. As they are transitioning into uppers, the pitcher base becomes even more bulbous, but the deep red coloration is being retained. It looks more like a tiny N. alata to me. It grows well in typical highland conditions. Any ideas for what this might be!?
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It has certain alata traits, but it also makes me think tobaica. It could be a much more complex hybrid, which would be difficult to tease full pedigree data from.