I have not had much time to participate here lately, but some unforseen events have given me a bit of time to take some new images and post them here. So, here are a few of the latest....
An upper pitcher of N. hamata from a cutting I rooted last year. This plant has produced a number of upper growth cuttings, and this is one I kept around, rather than trading it away.
Here is a close-up shot of the peristome.
Here are a couple of varieties of N. tentaculata. The first is from G. Rajah, and the second from G. Niut.
This is an N. ramispina lower pitcher.
This next image is a close-up shot of one of my favorite species, N. tenuis. This is a rather small plant, and its pitchers have a very unique, squat appearance. It's very easy to grow, and seems quite at home in typical intermediate to highland conditions. The pitcher shown is only about 3 cm tall.
A nice, robust N. macrophylla pitcher...
An upper pitcher of N. lavicola, approximately 8 cm in height.
A shy N. clipeata pitcher peeks out from behind its mother leaf.
A lower pitcher of N. platychila, revealing the rather marked contrast between itself and the rather beautiful uppers of this species.