It's a nice sunny day outside, and it occurred to me that I should really water the plants in the garage. I've been VERY impressed with how well the carnivorous plants are taking to the relative drought in the garage, and I suspect they're surviving partially because we hang the clothes in the garage to dry which adds a bit of humidity. While I was watering I discovered that my Nepenthes alata had formed some very young pitchers. SOOOOO CUTE!
And just for comparison here's a mature pitcher with full coloring:
I suspect one of the nepenthes has red blotch because it shows a lot of the symptoms. It doesn't seem to be as affected by it as the amaryllis because it grows so quickly and has very waxy leaves. I might take as many cuttings as possible and then destroy the plant to prevent it from spreading further which will be quite painful since it's so large and otherwise healthy.