Lots of good talk about N. clipeata clone clip-1. *So I am starting this thread to further the discussion. *I will post more pictures later but lets get it started with this one. *
Reply from Joachim:
it is a bit difficult to make a judgement on the N. clipeata from this picture alone. The lower half of the pitcher in the foreground seems not to match the globose shape one would expect from a N. clipeata. Also the leaf base and the petiole of the newest leaf before the flower stalk does not look like N. clipeata from this angle. The colour of the petiole is not as red as one would expect from a plant grown under good conditions. (Of course I know, colours are normally not used to identify plants.)
More details from different parts of the plant would definitely help in identifying it. From first sight I would vote against a pure N. clipeata - it does look more like a complex hybrid to me.