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The peristome is striped and the lids are whitish with green and red dots. A small pair of wings runs down the front of each pitcher. The stem of Nepenthes burbidgeae named in honor of the first collector (F. W. Burbidge), reaches a length of 15 meters.
Nepenthes burbidgeae was discovered 1858 on Mount Kinabalu (Borneo) and described 1882 by J. D. Hooker.
The habitat consists of mossy places on the tops of steep ridges.
Although this plant is a highland species, it prefers slightly very warmer temperatures and slightly shady growing conditions.