I got a N. murudensis from BE in 2003. It has been a quite slow grower producing a thin woody stem and starting to vine. Until recently it has failed to pitcher until it produced two in a row:
There has been some suggestion that all of these clones from BE are in fact N. tentaculata. I noticed neither of these pitchers displayed any hairs on the lid, although that be because they are so young.
Shortly after that picture was taken the woody stem appeared to die off halfway up. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img]
I trimmed off the top and am treating it as a cutting. I also repotted the bottom half after checking its roots, which looked ok. That was 8 weeks ago. There is no sign of life from any of the buds on the remaing stem where new growth might appear. Are these species amongst the Nepenthes that are shy to resprout?
Its too early to tell if the cutting has taken...