I would like to know if anyone has had this same problem. Bugs, that Iím pretty sure are mosquitoes- maybe something similar-, land on premature pitchers and suck an area dry leaving it grossly deformed often forcing the pitcher to open prematurely.
I've seen them do this and later observed that area to have the aforementioned characteristics. The bugs seem picky about what species they do this too. My khasiana x alata got the brunt of this until I moved it to a hanging area. For some reason the bugs stopped messing up my pitchers. Now, I havenít seen this for a while. This did, however, happen to a lot of pitchers a while back.
Anyone else see this strange behavior before?