WOuldn't it be great if this plant eventually becomes so popular in cultivatian that poachers lose interest in it? Then, once that is done, perhaps some noble people can re-introduce the plants into the wild, strengthening their gene pool by returning the young of plants that were removed a long time ago.
I personally think that would be great.
I would like to encourage responsibility in this area though... if youve only got one Nepenthes, and your a beginner, please don't snap up one of these plants, they are so rare, even in cultivation, that they should be grown by people with a lot of experience who can help spread it throughout our community. (No offense, but every dead plant means a lot for this species.)
I talked to a grower in USA recently apparently he had a single 3" Clipeata, from this andreas guy, it expired on him though he tried everything he could to keep it alive.