this is a plant I got as N. ramispiana / N. gracillima about three years ago. From the shape of the peristome and the shape of the pitcher it was quite clear it can't be a pure N. ramispina. First I thought it was a N. gracillima, but Alastair disagreed on this opinion. By now I'm also quite confident it has some N. macfarlanei traits in it - the few hairs below the lid are a sure sign for this:
Sadly most of the seed collected from G. Ulu Kali seem to be hybrids and not pure species.