Post by rainforest on Mar 3, 2009 10:07:08 GMT -10
I also notice truncatas being notorious for capturing all sorts of prey. Sam wasn't it a truncata that once caught a bird? I have found giant roaches, centipedes, even a large black witch moth in a truncata. I wonder if the truncata sends out an odor that makes these pitchers particularly attracted to them.
Other large pitchered neps that do a lot of large prey capture is N. Dyeriana, N. Miranda, N. rafflesiana.