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Nepenthes rafflesiana (Baku, Borneo)
Great N. rafflesiana form with very stocky, contrasting pitchers and a winged tendril. Due to the extreme variability of this lowland species, all kinds of shapes and colors are represented. However, this form combines some favored features such as the bulbous, rounded pitchers, the contrasting dark coloration, and the wings that run along the tendril.Nepenthes rafflesiana goes only relatively late into the real high shoot, but shows there incredible pitchers with strong funnel shape and raised peristome, like in N. sumatrana.Awesome species for any lowland setup. The species is adaptable.

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Nepenthes bicalcarata (Sipitang, Borneo)
This carnivorous plant is probably one of the most spectacular and best-known pitcher plants.With nectar glands on its peristome and the two teeth, the plant lures its victims. The two prominent teeth give the plant it's name (Latin: bi = "two" - calcaratus = "spur").The green, orange or red lower pitchers are big-bellied and upper pitchers become egg-shaped. Also eye-catching are the long leaves which can reach a length of 90cm.Nepenthes bicalcarata is often found together with N. ampullaria on acidic or sandy soils.Nepenthes bicalcarata was first described 1873 by Joseph D. Hooker and is only found in the lowlands of Borneo.Nepenthes bicalcarata lives in symbiosis with ants (Camponotus schmitzi). The close associaton with ants was already noted by Burbidge in 1880. This symbiosis is unique among all carnivorous plants making it the only Ant Plant among all carnivorous plants that is known so far. The ants live in the hollow and swollen tendrils and feef from the pray that's caught by N. bicalcarata. Camponotus schmitzii is completely dependent on it's host for both food and domatia offered them and cannot survive without N. bicalcarata. It's able to swim and dive to salvage dead insects from the digestive pitcher fluid. It's not harmed by the digestion enzymes and can climb the inner pitcher surface and peristome. Both surfaces are too slippery for most other insects. While Nepenthes bicalcarata can also survive without ants, Camponotus schmitzii pay their rent by protecting the plants from herbivores and pests and preventing an over accumulation of pray in the pitchers. Easy to grow under hot climate.

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Nepenthes burbidgeae
A relatively slow growing Nepenthes species that's notable for its massive and colorful ovate pitchers. Upper and lower pitchers mainly differ in size.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.

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Nepenthes burbidgeae x lowii
Nepenthes burbidgeae x lowii shows very intense stripes on the peristome, yellow and red alternate with strong contrast. The lid is brightly speckled with three colours: Yellow, red and dark purple. From this hybrid there are already the first upper pitchers! Their shape reminds a bit more of N. ephippiata upper pitchers. They are funnel-shaped and very wide throughout. A hybrid that inspires with its really bright colors!

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Nepenthes campanulata
Nepenthes campanulata produces only one type of bell-shaped, yellow green pitchers with a strong reduced peristome and only very tiny teeth. The name was chosen in reference to it's unique bell shaped pitchers (Latin: campanulatus"= "bell shaped")The pitchers can reach a height of 10cm and 5cm in diameter. The trunk forms many, short stolons which are growing litophytically (on rocks).Nepenthes campanulata was first collectet 1957 by A. Kosterman at a cliff-face of Ilas Bungaan (="Flower Rock" because of it's huge colorful population of Nepenthes campanulata plants that covered a hugearea of the cliff) in the east of Borneo.It was considered extinct until a few years ago plants that might represent a new and distant pupulation were found in the Mulu area. All plants in cultivation originate from the Mulu population since no living material ever was collected from Ilas Bungaan before the original population was wiped out.The habitat is on mossy cliffs and damp limestone substrates. This pitcher plant is still rare in collections but very easy to grow. It resembles Nepenthes inermis a bit as it also lacks a well developed peristome.

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Nepenthes clipeata
Nepenthes clipeata is notable for the big-bellied pitchers with a long funnel – similar to a wasp waist - and the roundish hairy peltate leaves to which the name is refering (Latin: clipeus = "round-shield").This extaordinary species only producs one type of pitchers that can reach a maximum height of 30cm. Nepenthes clipeata does not vine. The shoots stay relatively short and reach a length of two meters. Nepenthes clipeata was first collectet 1894 by J. G. Hallier and is only to be found on the vertical granite cliff of Mount Kelam in Kalimantan.Probably the most endangered nepenthes with an extreme small wild population by now Nepenthes clipeata is almost extinct in the wild. So plants in cultivation should be grown with great care as they might soon be the only survivors of this unique species! This carnivorous plant is one of the most spectacular and desired species growing in lowland areas of Borneo.

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Nepenthes dactylifera (was N. faizaliana) (Borneo)
Originally grouped under the name nepenthes fusca, nepenthes dactylifera is a colorful, easy to grow species. Native to Borneo, it is closely related to nepenthes zakriana and is one of the most vigorous nepenthes there are.Nepenthes dactylifera produces beautiful, elongated pitchers which are bright orange in color with intense red speckling, and its stem is also bright red, making for a very eye-catching plant.Perfect candidate for a sunny windowsill or a terrarium!Cultivation Guidelines:Light: Bright indirect or dappled light.Temperature: Intermediate conditions preferred, but highly adaptable.Growing medium: Equal parts sphagnum and horticultural grade perlite.Extra notes on Cultivation: Easy grower, adaptable to household conditions.

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Nepenthes edwardsiana (Tamb.)
Nepenthes edwardsiana is the king of all nepenthes, discovered over a century ago on the slopes of Mount Kinabalu, later on to be found growing on Mount Tambuyukon as well. It grows at altitudes of 1600-2700 meters, both as a terrestrial, epiphyte, and lithophyte.This species is truly a must have for any serious collector with little need for an introduction! Nepenthes edwardsiana is one of the largest of all species in the genus, producing pitchers up to fifty centimeters in height. It has one of the most developed peristomes out of all nepenthes, usually blood red in color while the pitchers come in various shades of yellow all the way to maroon. Pitchers are bulbous at the base, and the cylindrical body leads to the massive teeth found on the peristome. Upper pitchers are quite similar to the lower ones, but the uppers lack wings, are larger in size, and are more tubular in shape.Cultivation Guidelines:Light: Bright indirect or dappled light, leaves turn red easily.Temperature: Intermediate to highland conditions. This species does not like extremely cold nighttime temperatures and can tolerate warmer days compared to other highland nepenthes.Growing medium: A very well-draining and airy mix. A mix of sphagnum with a high proportion of horticultural-grade perlite or bark works well, or an all inorganic mix consisting of a mixture between kanuma, akadama, and lava rock.Extra notes on Cultivation: Out of the toothy species, generally this is the easiest to grow but can be difficult to get to pitcher. Attention - limited to 1 plant per customer!!!

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Nepenthes ephippiata (Gunung Raya, Borneo)
A very sought after and rare species. Nepenthes ephippiata is closely related to N. lowii and also shows very similar pitchers.It also occurs in Borneo and inhabits altitudes of 1300-2000 m.a.s.l.. Depending on the locality, the transitions from one to the other species can be almost fluid.The lowii-like upper pitchers are less funnel-shaped and have a less narrow constriction. The lids are usually studded with fewer bristles.Lower pitchers are much stouter than those of N. lowii.The form of Gunung Rajah shows very typical characteristics of N. ephippiata and is well on the ephippiata side of the spectrum.Due to the slow growth, large plants are rare.

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Nepenthes ephippiata (Hose Mountains, Borneo)
A very bizarre species native to Central Borneo, nepenthes ephippiata is closely related to nepenthes lowii but can get even larger! It brings together the best of both worlds, being impressive in size while having great form — making it a must have species for any highland Nepenthes collector.Nepenthes lowii and N. ephippiata have many characteristics in common including tough woody pitchers, the production of lid hairs and exudate, as well as large reflexed lids. Nepenthes ephippiata also produces a seemingly oversized lid in relation to the body of the pitcher and develops a beautiful deep wine-red color in its interior while being green with very light red speckles on the outside.Lower pitchers on this species are bulbous and have faint red coloring on the outside. Meanwhile, upper ones lose all exterior coloration, turning completely green which contrast marvelously with the dark interior.The plants from the Hose-Mountains are usually called Nepenthes ephippiata. I have my doubts about this and find them quite strongly deviating from the "classic" Nepenthes ephippiata. Certainly as strongly deviating as from typical Nepenthes lowii populations.Cultivation Guidelines: Light: Bright indirect or dappled light.Temperature: Intermediate to highland conditions, not a picky species.Growing medium: Equal parts sphagnum and horticultural grade perlite.Extra notes on Cultivation: Relatively easy species to grow; not especially challenging

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Nepenthes epiphytica
A beautiful relatively new and hardly known species from East Borneo.The distinctive funnel cans are distantly reminiscent of Nepenthes eymae.Very sought after. Only a few available!

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Nepenthes fallax (Bareo, Borneo)
Nepenthes fallax is often confused with nepenthes stenophylla due to their many similarities. The key difference between them is that nepenthes fallax’s lid is orbiculate (circular) while the lid of nepenthes stenophylla is narrow. There are some people who consider these two plants to be the same while others point out that they are indeed two separate species. Nepenthes fallax has beautiful cream-colored pitchers with red/purple speckle that are tubular in shape and have a striped peristome. Both the leaves and the pitchers are hirsute, covered in white hairs.Given its adaptability, nepenthes fallax makes a great terrarium plant and is a good candidate for a sunny windowsill as well. Cultivation Guidelines:Light: Bright indirect or dappled light.Temperature: Intermediate conditions preferred, but highly adaptable.Growing medium: Equal parts sphagnum and horticultural grade perlite.Extra notes on Cultivation: Easy grower, adaptable to household conditions.

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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.

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Nepenthes lowii (Gunung Mulu, Borneo)
The legendary Nepenthes lowii! Certainly one of the most famous Nepenthes species. With absolutely unique, specialized upper pitchers, the species is not only visually captivating.The shape of these high pitchers is also the basis for an absolutely fascinating mutualism. Between the bristles on the pitcher lid, N. lowii secretes a sugary substance. This serves as food for the tree squirrels Tupaia montana and leads to subsequent defecation of the animals. This feces serves as a nitrogen source for the Nepenthes lowii.Lower pitchers of this species already show the bristles, but are not as extremely funnel-shaped as the uppers. The upper pitchers are highly variable and can bear diverse colors.Nepenthes lowii is found on Mt. Kinabalu, Trusmadi, Murud and Mulu in Borneo at 1650-2600 m.a.s.l..N. lowii is a persistent grower under the right conditions, due to the slow growth it is recommended to start early with the species.

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Nepenthes lowii (Gunung Murud, Borneo)
The legendary Nepenthes lowii! Certainly one of the most famous Nepenthes species. With absolutely unique, specialized upper pitchers, the species is not only visually captivating.The shape of these high pitchers is also the basis for an absolutely fascinating mutualism. Between the bristles on the pitcher lid, N. lowii secretes a sugary substance. This serves as food for the tree squirrels Tupaia montana and leads to subsequent defecation of the animals. This feces serves as a nitrogen source for the Nepenthes lowii.Lower pitchers of this species already show the bristles, but are not as extremely funnel-shaped as the uppers. The upper pitchers are highly variable and can bear diverse colors.Nepenthes lowii is found on Mt. Kinabalu, Trusmadi, Murud and Mulu in Borneo at 1650-2600 m.a.s.l..N. lowii is a persistent grower under the right conditions, due to the slow growth it is recommended to start early with the species.More rare locality of this species.

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Nepenthes lowii (Gunung Trusmadi, Borneo)
The legendary Nepenthes lowii! Certainly one of the most famous Nepenthes species. With absolutely unique, specialized upper pitchers, the species is not only visually captivating.The shape of these high pitchers is also the basis for an absolutely fascinating mutualism. Between the bristles on the pitcher lid, N. lowii secretes a sugary substance. This serves as food for the tree squirrels Tupaia montana and leads to subsequent defecation of the animals. This feces serves as a nitrogen source for the Nepenthes lowii.Lower pitchers of this species already show the bristles, but are not as extremely funnel-shaped as the uppers. The upper pitchers are highly variable and can bear diverse colors.Nepenthes lowii is found on Mt. Kinabalu, Trusmadi, Murud and Mulu in Borneo at 1650-2600 m.a.s.l..N. lowii is a persistent grower under the right conditions, due to the slow growth it is recommended to start early with the species.This form of Mt. Trusmadi is widely used in the hobby and corresponds to the typical picture of the species.

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Nepenthes lowii (Gunung Trusmadi) x lowii (Mulu)
The legendary Nepenthes lowii! Certainly one of the most famous Nepenthes species. With absolutely unique, specialized upper pitchers, the species is not only visually captivating.The shape of these high pitchers is also the basis for an absolutely fascinating mutualism. Between the bristles on the pitcher lid, N. lowii secretes a sugary substance. This serves as food for the tree squirrels Tupaia montana and leads to subsequent defecation of the animals. This feces serves as a nitrogen source for the Nepenthes lowii.Lower pitchers of this species already show the bristles, but are not as extremely funnel-shaped as the uppers. The upper pitchers are highly variable and can bear diverse colors.Nepenthes lowii is found on Mt. Kinabalu, Trusmadi, Murud and Mulu in Borneo at 1650-2600 m.a.s.l..N. lowii is a persistent grower under the right conditions, due to the slow growth it is recommended to start early with the species.This form of Mt. Trusmadi is widely used in the hobby and corresponds to the typical picture of the species.

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Nepenthes lowii (Gunung Trusmadi) x lowii (Murud)
The legendary Nepenthes lowii! Certainly one of the most famous Nepenthes species. With absolutely unique, specialized upper pitchers, the species is not only visually captivating.The shape of these high pitchers is also the basis for an absolutely fascinating mutualism. Between the bristles on the pitcher lid, N. lowii secretes a sugary substance. This serves as food for the tree squirrels Tupaia montana and leads to subsequent defecation of the animals. This feces serves as a nitrogen source for the Nepenthes lowii.Lower pitchers of this species already show the bristles, but are not as extremely funnel-shaped as the uppers. The upper pitchers are highly variable and can bear diverse colors.Nepenthes lowii is found on Mt. Kinabalu, Trusmadi, Murud and Mulu in Borneo at 1650-2600 m.a.s.l..N. lowii is a persistent grower under the right conditions, due to the slow growth it is recommended to start early with the species.This form of Mt. Trusmadi is widely used in the hobby and corresponds to the typical picture of the species.

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Nepenthes macrophylla (Gunung Trusmadi, Borneo)
Formerly known as Nepenthes edwardsiana ssp. macrophylla, but in species status since 1997.Beautiful species, which belongs to the strongly ribbed Nepenthes species. Unique is the long, unusually raised peristome of this species, which contrasts with the light inside of the pitcher.The cup-shaped pitchers are mostly red or orange, the peristome often red, more rarely orange.The natural hybrid N. x trusmadiensis, which consists of N. lowii and N. macrophylla, is particularly well known. "Macrophylla" refers to the large leaves of this species. It is found sympatric with N. lowii at 2200-2640 m.a.s.l. on Mt. Trusmadi. Unique, mostly vigorous species with impressive peristome!

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Nepenthes macrovulgaris (Gunung Silam, Borneo)
A typical, large lowland species of the genus. "macro-" stands for the size of this species, "vulgaris" for "common", as the authors found no distinct characteristics in this species.Still a very rare species in cultivation, as it is not particularly easy.It occurs in ultramafic habitats at 300-1200 m.a.s.l. in Borneo. The pitchers can grow up to 25 cm in size and are usually green, brown or spotted. There is a close phylogenetic relationship to N. hispida and N. hirsuta.

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Nepenthes mapuluensis (East Kalimantan)
Nepenthes mapuluensis, one of the most exciting re-introductions of recent years.Nepenthes mapuluensis, very similar to N. northiana, is restricted to limestone rock habitats of Ilas Mapulu at about 800 m.a.s.l., but has also been found much lower.The pitchers of N. mapuluensis remind very much of the closely related N. northiana, but are much darker and more contrasting. The clones offered here are all characterized by very fast growth and robust plants. Under suitable lowland conditions not a sensitive plant.

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Nepenthes mollis (N. hurrelliana) (Borneo)
Nepenthes mollis, formerly known as Nepenthes hurrelliana, is a real feast for the eyes. Originally discovered on Mount Lumarku, this species is possibly  of hybridogenic origin. It normally grows as an epiphyte at an altitude of 1300 to 2600 metres, although it also occurs terrestrially.Although initially thought to be a variety of Nepenthes veitchii, Nepenthes mollis has several features that distinguish it from other species of the genus. It is best known for its tall, slender, spreading peristome, which has contrasting stripes of yellow and brown. Both the pitchers and the leaves are covered with a reddish-brown indumentum that also includes the upper side of the lamellae - a feature that few other Nepenthes have.The body of the pitchers is usually light green/yellow and strongly marked by brown speckles. The upper pitchers are usually lighter in colour but still have spots, especially on the top of the pitchers.Growing guidelines: Light: Bright, indirect light. This species develops a dark purple colouring if it gets too much light.Temperature: Normal medium temperatures.Growing medium: A very well-drained and airy mixture. A Sphagnum mix with a high percentage of perlite or horticultural grade bark or an inorganic mix of kanuma, akadama and lava rock will work well. Additional growing notes: This species does NOT like to stand wet for long periods and is susceptible to rot.

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Nepenthes muluensis (Gunung Mulu, Borneo)
Extremely pretty, contrasting species from Borneo. The lower pitchers are black coloured with light spots and stripes on the pitcher and peristome. The shape is tubular with a widened base and prominent wing bars, with extremely long fringes. The leaves lance-shaped with a red midrib and red or dark green in color. The upper pitchers are also black with more light spots and usually white peristome with white lid. Extremely nice contrast! The wings on the uppers are reduced. The name "Muluensis" describes the origin of the type plant, but the species has been found on other mountains in Sarawak. There it occurs at 1700-2400 m.a.s.l..

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