Bag it up (or put it in some other kind of humid environment) in appropriate temperatures and let it settle in. Higher temperature for a couple of days isn't going to hurt them. My N. lowii has accidentally gotten above 100f a couple of times and didn't even notice it. They're tougher than you'd...
My N. (ventricosa xx tiveyi) x truncata is blooming now. Not sure how far along your female flowers are, but I should have pollen ready in a week or two.
Never mind, looks like my flowers are female too.
Nepenthes (ventricosa xx tiveyi) x truncata
The pitchers on this guy keep evolving as it gets larger. This is from the plant's large basal. I've just repotted it, so we'll see if it'll get any bigger. With truncata as the male parent, I can't help but suspect that it might get huge.
I'm very excited that my N. (ventricosa x x tiveyi) x truncata is finally flowering. It looks male to me, but as this is my first real flower spike (N. x 'Miranda' doesn't count to me), I'd like some outside opinions. I'll find out soon enough, but I'd like to do some breeding deals with it, so...
Resurrecting this ancient thread because I don't feel like making a new one just for general photographs. Enjoy.
N. x 'Peter D'Amato'
Nepenthes truncata - seed grown EP
Nepenthes x 'Miranda' upper pitcher