It sure has taken on some shape since the first and second pitcher! It looks like a colorless N. x Judith Finn. The pticher before it had some kind of weird problem and had trouble opening. Then it turned red, then crispy red, and dried up. The one before that was overfed and grew fungus. The first pitcher was overfed and sprung a leak. Anyway, I hope that this time I will get this pitcher to last. Oh, and BTw, that ant is no more.... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]
If it isn't clear by now, Im trying to ID it!
Hard to tell from these picks, but the plant has a distinctively spiky edge to its peristrome, and a row of teeth inside.