This guy volunteered late last year in the middle of my nitidula cluster, despite never being near a capensis for the 2 years I've had them. I'm not complaining, it's close to catching as many insects as the drosophyllum, and it has immaculate white flowers. However, it has extremely short leaves, an abundance of them, with what looks to be more tentacles than average, and it's already put out two pups by underground offshoots. It refuses to clone by leaf pullings regardless of water, light or media, and it only flowered once the last year; since then focusing on murdering hundreds of gnats and making a ring of babies. Could this be a hybrid of some kind? If anyone has any knowledge of the anthocyanin-free mutants and their proclivities, any advice would be appreciated, it has been a little finicky and it would be pretty sad to lose it with no seed or clones. I can grow a mikei no problem but the capensis are my bane.
Not a hybrid or mutant, just a capensis that's not happy with something in its conditions. Considering I see mineral build-up on the soil edges, it's probably high nutrient levels in a soil that needs changing.