a few hours ago I posted the first ever published color photographs of Nepenthes tenuis in the German GFP-forum.
Due to time shift, I expected to have a few more hours before having to post them here as well, but did not think about the Germans here in the Pet Flytrap forum...;-) So they have been already discovered (see thread by Joachim).
A little late here now is the version in English:
A few weeks ago Joachim Nerz, Michael Schach, our indonesian friends, my girlfriend Barbara Kistler and myself rediscovered Nepenthes tenuis, which was already thought to be lost, after several expeditions to rediscover it had remained unsuccessful.
Until a few weeks ago only a single bw photograph of the (still living) herbarium specimen collected by Prof. Mejier in the 1950s was existing.
BTW, based on this specimen, which was lying unnoticed in the Leiden Herbarium for decades Joacim Nerz and myself based the protologue we published in CPN a few years ago.
Now, finally we know that the species really is a good one, that it's alive and (for my taste) also is a very nice plant.