Here finally is a fully formed, unburned N. campanulata pitcher. I tried growing this plant under 400W metal halide but it's pitchers always opened and the lids fried everytime. It loves the lowland chamber with 240W of fluorescents. The pitcher is only about an inch high but certainly has the shape I was looking for!
N. sanguinea "orange" about 15 cm high
N. "sanguinea red" about 12 cm high. To me this looks a whole lot like a hybrid between N. sanguinea and N. ramispina. Note the very thin peristome, more accentuated hip, overall thinner stature, higher held lid, dark brown/black speckles on the outter surface, clean colored waxy zone, very long spur at the base of the lid, all charachteristic of N. ramispina. the leaves resemble N. sanguinea though.
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