I was wondering if Nepenthes can change sex as they get older from known tissue culture specimens. Meaning there's been discussion that almost all N. aristolochioides are male, and almost all hamatas seem to be male, or other hybrids / species females. But is it possible that known "males" for example from TC can turn to females because of environmental conditions when they're in their juvenile stages? I know some fishes are able to become male or female depending on the environmental stresses that may dictate a need for more of one sex. I would assume that TC plants are exact clones of the plant they are cultured from. So if that plant's sex is known, it should turn out to be the same, right? Just wondering.
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