Last weekend me and my buddies located another location in Bau where bauensis (gracilis x northiana) thrives,probably the only place here and in the world.Searching the area we managed to locate 5 matured plants, considering the vast area. They have 2 variation-slightly yellowish and red but both displaying the peristome of northiana. The shallow pools of water is also rich in plant life,probably utricularia.From the pix what do u see,any comment?
The habitat ,taken 7.ooam,note the heavy mist before the sun appears.It was blocked by the hills behind.
from another angle and location
2 colors variation of bauensis
northiana pitchers located here is slightly more reddish
other comments - flora associated here, to name some-orchids(bromheadia,spathoglottis sp,arudinda,jewel orchid ),begonia and one-leaf plant,ferns,etc .weather-strictly lowland/hill-below 1000ft , hot,humid, cool/misty night,flooded when it rains.