Post by rainforest on Feb 17, 2009 16:03:23 GMT -10
Suska, BEAUTIFUL pictures of these pitchers! Love to see variations and also to know that a name isn't just given based on a single color form of a single clone. Love the "Hot Seat" red form as well as the dark colored form of the other species. Just the way that Mother Nature intended it to be. Always testing us in her many varied forms and colors. The way the pitchers are held up among the shrublets is an amazing contest of wills for unweary insects. Keep the photos coming and please interject what things you were feeling as you snap these up with your lenses.
The first shot is the most yellow I've seen in a yellow-pitcher. I'm amazed that this isn't called N. flava, since it really is "yellow" when no other N. flava is. Michael
Last Edit: Feb 17, 2009 16:04:45 GMT -10 by rainforest