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S. minor var. okefenokeensis (Ware County, GA - Unique seedling) lid coloration

I purchased an S. minor var. okefenokeensis (Ware County, GA - Unique seedling) this past June at the BACPS show. As I watched a new pitcher develop I was struck by the difference in coloring between a fresh pitcher and mature one. I decided to take a series of pictures showing the change in coloration and this is the result.

I learned that it is quite difficult to take pictures of the underside of a minor's lid, that whole downward sloping lid complicates things.

The subject of the shoot.

Here are the 10 photos individually.

July 31st, 2014

August 1st

August 3rd

August 4th

August 5th

August 6th

August 7th

August 8th

August 9th

August 25th

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How tall is the pitcher?
Very cool shots!