Date: Thu, 19 Aug 99 16:28 EDT From: Dave Evans <T442119@RUTADMIN.RUTGERS.EDU> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg2976$foo@default> Subject: Re: Heliamphora pitchers
Did anyone else answer? Anyway, you would have to test the leaf
for carnivory on a individual basis, I think. It's probably just
a freak, after all, even the sepals and petals are modified leaves.
Sometimes, plants make a mistake and grow 'normal' leaves, or even
whole plants, in place of bracts or flowers buds.
> Would anyone care to respond about my previous posting on the peculiar
> pitchers on the flower stalk of my Heliamphora nutans? Are they carnivorous
> like the ones arising from the roots? Any theories as to why they appear
> halfway up the flower stalk? Angie Nichols, SC
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