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    I can pop a couple pics of the plant this weekend and see about getting them on here sometime next week but it is still pretty small. I can say that it is without a doubt NOT clipeata.

    The possible misspelling of Kelam was mentioned but as Trent observed it is nowhere near 2800m
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    Hi.
    Could it be a typo for Gunung Kemiri in north Sumatra?
    Oliver Marthaler collected seed of an unidentified Nep there in 1996 at between 2600 and 2900m.
    I've seen the resulting plants sold as Nepenthes nova Kemiri.

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    It might be - the species found by Olivier is reputed to belong to the singalana/diatas/densiflora complex.

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    Okay, here are the pictures I promised but I don't know how much good they will do. For reference the pot is a 3.5"

    The plant


    A bit closer to show a leaf and pitcher


    The "stem"


    And a pitcher
    'My love was science- specifically biology and, more specifically, when placed in a common jar, which of two organisms would devour the other.'

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    Hmm not much to look at yet pitcher wise. The plant certainly looks like something in the N. densiflora group though.

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