Today, when I looked at my N. amp. I saw, in addition to my U. livida and U. tricolor, the flower stalk immediately in front of the N. amp pitcher:
Sorry for the grainy images, but you should be able to make out that the white flowers have very prominent spurs. Anyone have any guesses as to what I may have? First glances seem to indicate a white variant of U. minutissima, but I'm not sure. Any other common terrestrial Utrics I should compare these to?
[As a side note, it seems to be flowering season where I am - U. bisqumata, U. livida, U. calcyfida, G. hisp., and others are all sending up flower stalks. Hope everyone else is experiencing something similar].