I have a few plants for trade below
The first is N. ampullaria x sibuyanensis. I windowsill grew this for several months resulting in leaf growth, but no pitchers. I have since been growing it as a true lowlander and it seems to like it much better. As you can see it has a nice basal, and is developing pitchers on it's larger leaves. I'd really like N. jamban for this, but any intermediate or easier highland neps will be considered.
Last summer I ordered a Mimosa pudica and got this instead, which I believe is an Acacia tree. This plant responds to day and night by opening and closing it's leaves. This pic was taken at night, so the leaves are "asleep". I've been growing this indoors. If it is an Acacia, then it will need a climate with warmer winters. I'd take Sarrs, Neps, maybe even Sundews or Butterworts.
This is a small D. 'bohemian garnet', grown outdoors on my balcony. It gets full sun from dawn till about 3 p.m., and bright light the rest of the day. Any interesting Dionaea cultivars will be considered. Dare I hope for 'wacky traps' or 'korean melody shark'?
The last plant is a small P. moranensis, about the size of a nickel. I grow it indoors under lights, with a 14 hour photo period. Any tropical pings will be considered, but I'd really like a P. gypsicola.
Thanks for looking!