ticky - no
Drosera - no
Pitchers - yes
10"+ pitchers - no
Lowland - no
Toothy - no
Oddball place - no
Rare Nepenthes - Kind of
Colorful - more or less, yes
Well known - yes
Ultra/highlander - yes
Incorrect guesses: Heliamphora minor, Sarracenia alata, Nepenthes clipeata, Nepenthes ampullaria, Nepenthes edwardsiana, Nepenthes tenuis, Nepenthes pervillei, N. ventricosa, N. veitchii, N. tenax, N. hamata, N. lowii, N. tentaculata, N. villosa, N. lamii, N. rajah, N. truncata 'Black', N. stenophylla, N. burb, N. flava, N. jacq
I'm sure you'll get it in a few more guesses.
I was thinking of that one heehee
OK, we need more hints on what to go on here, LOL
Is it N. aristolocioides?
Mmk, like I said before, one of the guess was half right, and think sideways.
Is it N. edwardsiana?
<Heli> How are you guys losing your hamatas?
<Brokken> Heli: The hamburglar.
Are naturally occurring hybrids allowed?