Nepenthes truncata (Cultivated- Singapore)

Nepenthes truncata Macfarl., Trans. & Proc. Bot. Soc. Pennsylvania 2: 209 1911.;

endemic to the Philippines. It is known from the islands of Dinagat, Leyte, and Mindanao.[3] The species grows at an elevation of 0–1500 m above sea level as per Wikipedia; 
 

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Nepenthes truncata Macfarl. Trans. & Proc. Bot. Soc. Pennsylvania 2: 209 1911.
Family: NEPENTHACEAE
WIKI: Nepenthes truncata is a tropical pitcher plant endemic to the Philippines. It is known from the islands of Dinagat, Leyte, and Mindanao. The species grows at an elevation of 0–1500 m above sea level. Nepenthes truncata is characterised by its heart-shaped (truncate) leaves and very large pitchers, which can reach up to 40 cm in height.
Pic taken at 20th WOC Orchid Show, Singapore.


 
 
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