i noticed something weird when i threw my young N. ventricosa outside for a snack today... even though it didn't appear to catch anything, it looked like the goo-secreting glands went into overdrive (yay scientific terminology). there was juice streaming down the sides of several pitchers, even dripping off the bottom. i know i didn't knock any over, this was definitely oozing from the mouth of the pitcher. was this some kind of response to the high humidity outside, or presence of bugs (even though the ants were too smart to have a taste!), or was it just, um, salivating?
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