My bical is growing great without missing a step since it arrived and the same for my merrilliana, both are pitchering and sending new leaves while the pitchers are forming. The new leaves are showing signs of pitchers as well.
I wish I had a digital camera so I could take pictures.
On a down note: My truncata is still having troubles, it produces new leaves but the tips go brown before any pitcher even starts to develope. I have not seen a pitcher on the truncata yet. All three grow in the same chamber.
Is it too warm and humid? Constant 80deg.F. and 80%hum. no fluxuation day or night, except the recent incident, but it had problems waaaay before that anyway.
At least the other 2 are doing good. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]