This spring a gave my N. viking to a friend, that species is too fast and too big for me, and it likes plenty of full sun, that I don't have. At our Italian cp annual meeting I saw the same plant with 4 flower spikes.
Even if I'm planning to visit Thailand in January (including the Aopanga area where the Viking grows) I'm not sure if I will be able to find any flowering plant, also considering that not many people really know on which of the tens of the Aopanga islands the Viking is growing.
So if we can get some seeds and spread them all over the world using affordable nepenthes nurseries (Borneo Exotics and Wistuba are a good example, their plants from seed and tissue culture are everywhere) we could start some good conservation program, instead of relying only on adult specimens taken from the wild.
Nong, if you're reading: please try to get some seeds from the many clones of Viking you have, so we can easily repopulate the island and put this species on the market without further risk for the wild population!
Coming back to me: well, I've a male. Anyone with a female? I'll try to store the pollen, if that's possible.