Hello fellow Nepenthophiles!
I have a question reguarding the different forms of N sanguinea. I just recieved an N sanguinea 'red' today in the mail, and the first thing that I noticed (besides the gorgeous red pitchers [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img] ) is that the pitchers on this plant seem to be more elongated than on my N sanguinea 'spotted'. Both plants are more or less the same size (red: 8 inches diameter; spotted: 11 inches diameter), but the spotted sanguinea has pitchers that are a little bit "tubbier." I might just be imagining it, but I'd like to know if people with lots of experience with neps (Rob, Joachim, Tony, Troy, etc.) have seen something like this too. So, are there any morphological diferences between the the red and spotted forms of N sanguinea?
Thanks in advance.