First off, a warning! Caveat Emptor! These plants show signs of severe stress - I've had them for 6 months now and still no pitchers. Please read this thread for the forum member's expert opinions.
Any Doctors In The House?
At any rate, a picture is worth a thousand words. Please view below. There are TWO N. lowii and ONE N. tangalensis.
In my not-expert opinion, these plants are savable in the right growers hands (or just in the right conditions!).
Right now I grow:
N. ampullaria harlequin
N. spectablis x ventricosa
N. Judith Finn
And I have U. sandersonii, P. planifolia and D. binata on the way
Any trades offered must be able to grow in mostly lowland conditions under 3 ft T10 lights in year round. I have never had much luck with dormancy.
Shoot me some PMs. Let me know what you have available and if you're interested in "rescuing" these highlanders.