Product information "Nepenthes hispida (Borneo)"
Nepenthes hispida belongs to the lowland species from Sarawak, Borneo with an altitudinal range of 100-800 m.a.s.l.. The epithet "hispida" means shaggy or bristly and refers to the bristly stems and leaves of the species. There is a relationship to Nepenthes hirsuta and the species status is in doubt.
The cup-shaped pitchers are green and may show a faint mottled pattern, the narrow peristome is reddish or green, and the pitcher inner rivets are usually contrastingly mottled red.