pitchers from the same plant ,from different plant and in the same location or different location show different colors variation.Could this be due to different growth rate at different time of year affected by ph level, due to level of rainfall during wet/dry season, and soil type.
Generally unfertile white sandy soil tend to produce colorful and larger pitcher.( the rafflesiana ,photo no 1 ,sandy soil lower part of pix is noticeable.
Photo no. 2shows the burnt portion of land due to shifting cultivation resulting in red pictures?
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