That N. campanulata looks true to me Jeff. *You've got fantastic coloration of that N. jac too [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
Ch'ien believes that the plant you have is actually more typical of the N. fusca herbarium material that he has seen than is the N. fusca that we all know from the Tambunan Road Sabah. *It grows exclusively as an epiphyte and is widespread in Sarawak. *I've seen it in the crowns of huge trees in Brunei too.
Ther N. faizaliana shown by Tony is apparently the true species. *What actually happened is that large plants of the "Sarawak N. fusca" were flowered in a US botanic garden and seeds and cultures were widely distributed labeled as N. faizaliana. *Just a quick look at the description of N. faizaliana shows that the lid is completely wrong.