Recently, it would seem that a batch of five hundred Nepenthes edwardsiana seeds from Thailand fetched a whopping £390 (US 562.06) on eBay's UK site. Truly, an impressive amount of faith and -- more importantly perhaps -- fanaticism must be involved here. Once again, it calls into question both the behavior of a popular auction site , that of a seller, and of a buyer of a presumably protected species.The greatest likelihood, given the sheer number of seeds offered, is that they were wild-collected. . .