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Heli identification ;-)

First example:
Pitcher is pubescent on the interior and bright red/orange in color.
Goosehead type of nectar spoon.
Interior of pitcher is covered with fine hairs

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(That powdery area on the left is where I bumped a pollen laden cotton swab against it)

Second example:
Pitcher is glabrous on the interior. It is covered with a waxy type surface... the crackling of which is easily seen.
Green in color

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Third example:
Pitcher is pubescent on the margin, glabrous inboard of that.

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All three are current pitchers on the same plant..... :)

I have two copies of this plant from two different sources.
Each one listed as a different species.
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