I thought I should share some pics of some of my villosas, the plants photographed are all seed grown and germinated in 2012, approximately around the same time (I did not germinate them myself).
My current conditions are:
lighting: 6x t5HO, 75watt LED ufo
First one is my Nepenthes villosa from Mount Tambuyukon, the seed was collected from a 1850m site which is fairly low for a villosa, as you can see it shows a lot of red coloration on the leaves and traps which is quite odd, considering the fact that N. villosa kinabalu seedlings of the same size rarely if ever show coloration on the leaves. This might be from some type of genetic influence from N. edwardsiana, the leaves on N. ed get reddish and even purple in high light.
The next two pots are of Nepenthes villosa from Mount Kinabalu, the first pot is seedlings from a 3200 meter site and the second is of unknown altitude
All together now...
It's quite evident that Nepenthes villosa from Mount Tambuyukon varies quite a bit from the Kinabalu form, it seems to be more vigorous perhaps due to the lower altitude that it is found at.