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    I just had a little bit larger basal pitcher form on my amp but the lid doesnt appear the way I see in other pictures. Is this because the plant may not be fully mature? Thanks for the opinions

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    It may accidentally be from another species, but i'm assuming it's the little baby pitcher theory.
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    Looks normal, mine are doing the same thing. I think all small pitchers have hair on them.
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    I was more concerned with the lid covering the opening to the pitcher rather then allowing rainwater to freely enter.
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    You'll start to see the verticle lids in the more mature plants also, or maybe try to increase the humidity.
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    Not to worry. They'll do that when juvenile sometimes. If you're getting basal pitchers, your amp is happy.

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    As Trent says, it's absolutely normal, many lowland Neps do that. Juvenile N. ampullaria also look much like N. x hookeriana which yours does too.

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    How and when are basal pitchers produced?

    Will all amp clones do this?
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