This hybrid is the BE-3190, and this is what BE has to say of their single clone:
'Nepenthes talangensis x veitchii The N. veitchii parent is a spectacular highland form with striped peristome, so we have high hopes for this hybrid, although we haven't yet raised one to sufficient size to see the characteristics.'
This plant has been in my possession since April of last year, and is a slow to moderate grower in my conditions.
So far, the pitchers have had a pinkish hue with some spotting to go along with the striping on the peristome. The striping hasn't been really dark, but seems to be getting more pronounced on each new pitcher.
Here is a closer look at the striping on the peristome.
This is the newest pitcher to open and the peristome striping is getting darker each day.
It'll be interesting to see how the pitchers continue to develop as this plant matures.
If any of you are also growing this clone, you're very welcome to post your pics in this thread. I'd love to know what the future holds for this beauty.