Nepenthes species ?- Sabah & Sarawak, Malaysia


 
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Pitcher Plants 2: Sending a few more photographs.
I assume we have more than one species here, and second last one doesnt seem like Nepenthes, but some other genus may be.
The plant in the second last photograph is also a pitcher plant as can be seen from both live and dead pitchers attached to its leaves. 
Encountered different species of Nepenthes during my sojourn in Sabah & Sarawak - the last photograph possibly being of the Rajah Brooke's Pitcher Plant [Nepenthes rajah] - the worlds largest that can hold upto 3.5 litres of water, and am told they were used by locals to steam rice. 
Yes sir, it is a pitcher plant, but all pitcher plants are not Nepenthes. I said that it doesn't look like Nepenthes. Pitcher plants can be Nepenthes, Cephalotes or Saracenia. Your second last plant can be Cephalotes. I may be wrong though. 
This is only Part 2. In case you missed it, Part 1 is available at this link :  https://groups.google.com/group/indiantreepix/browse_thread/thread/a1...


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