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  1. Hi Stu, I should have added to my post,sometimes the stress of dividing and repotting can bring it on,if it is "in" the plants genes. Your first picture looks like a smaller plant,have you divided/repotted it? If this is the case,it should grow normally when resettled next year.But it will probably do it everytime you divide it. ada
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  2. In addition to genetics, cold temperatures during the development of the pitcher can sometimes cause this as well, especially if the developing pitcher is growing fast, and then all the sudden there is a big drop in temperatures.
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  3. Flower of drosera eneabba (B) with tentacles
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  4. Oh my dear god!! Beautiful pictures Stew. Thanks soo much for the video. And truly great news for nepenthes. Clearly this genus of plants have once again captured human attention and that is responsible for the protection of all of Mt. Victoria's flora and fauna. Fantastic news indeed. May these species and peaks stay as they are without human intervention forever.
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