Open for business
Next one, hopefully will be stunning
Nepenthes villosa Tambuyukon -- maybe in 10 years I can retake his/her picture with Mr. Roosevelt (thanks Jeremiah!)
N. albomarginata Balik Pulau, Malaysia -- not sure how well it will do in ultrahighland conditions but doesn't seem to care
Maybe in a couple of years I'll have some captive-bred N. chaniana to give away... BE clone has some interesting differences. The leaves are more strongly petiolate, the pitchers are much more laterally compressed (so it looks skinnier), and it's got some nice red coloration, which I have never seen even after growing the MT one outside in full sun. The hair isn't denser on the BE one, but the hairs on both clones are the same length despite the size difference, so the MT one looks comparatively sparse.
Just need an AW N. chaniana and my green fuzzy hoarding will be over.