Lambir Nepenthes project (argument)

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  • Changes in environmental factors, such as sun exposure, soil type, and proximity to human activities, result in variation in pitcher morphology (length and capacity).
  • Variation in pitcher morphology are correlated with changes in insect yield.
  • Despite the lack of direct correlation between insect yield and environmental factors, the effects of habitat on morphology result in changes in insect yield.
    • Therefore, changes in insect yield may be attributed to environmental factors, but only through changes in morphology.