I bought both these Nepenthes at Kroger last summer. They are both labelled as N. coccinea, but they have different looking pitchers and growing characteristics.
This one has pitchers of a solid maroon color. It has small wings, and the vine tends to grow quickly.
This one produces freckled pitchers. The wings are more prominent, and it seems to be slower-growing.
Are these differences just minor genetic variation within the hybrid, or are they, in fact, similar (perhaps very close), but distinct, hybrids?
Peter D'Amato lists four hybrids that are essentially the same cross of N. mirabilis x (rafflesiana x ampullaria):
He lists the N. coccinea as appearing like the top set of pics; according to his description, the bottom pics might perhaps be any of the first three hybrids I mentioned.
Anybody have any ideas?