Back in the US. I've found a computer that should load up the pics here at the library. I'll work on it before this weekend.
Alot of different variations. Many in flower. The N. thorelii that I found in Trat, Thailand had a very thick root system. Many of the chunks of roots began to sprout before I left.
I potted them up there to see how long it takes to grow on.
These roots and plants were in clear plastic bags hanging up in the tree for a month and they still sprouted. Talking with the guys there in Bangkok they regularly chop up the roots like taking a rhizome division and it sprouts. I have one example of this that I brought back. The thick root was about 2" long with leafed out offshoots growing out at one end and roots on the other.
Watch for it at www.groups.yahoo.com/group/nepenthesclub