Not that any of these are not overly unusual, but I find they all have very nice preistomes... and I got a little creative with the editing [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]
N. eymae x veitchii - The peristome will turn very dark red/brown over the next few weeks but I wanted to capture it at this early stage with just the slight red hue.
N. maxima - This is an all green form. *These pitchers ooze copious amounts of syrup during the day and this latest pitcher is up around the 25-30cm mark (10-12")
N. truncata - Again, the peristome will get quite brown with time.
Note, colour of the maxima is much more yellow than actual. *I was playing around with no flash and only using a hand-held torch for lighting. *3 second exposure and moving the torch rapidly over the pitcher. *The hybrid is flash only and truncata a mix of flash and torch.