Nepenthes fusca-pitcher plant

Tropical Pitcher Plants (Nepenthes fusca shown) The genus Nepenthes grows in nutrient poor tropical soils and has developed carnivory to supplement its nutrient requirements. Inside the ‘pitcher’ is a.

Slender Pitcher-Plant (Nepenthes gracilis), a very common lowland pitcher plant that is widespread in Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, central Sulawesi, Sumatra, and southern Thailand. Photographed by Matien Uiterweerdin the Hortus Botanicus (botanical gardens) of the Leiden University in the Netherlands

Nepenthes, popularly known as Tropical Pitcher Plants or Monkey Cups, a native of Southeast Asia and Australia

Jeremiah's Nepenthes | Carnivorous Plants in the tropics

Predator N. densiflora N. glabrata N. glabrata N. lowii N. tenuis N. tenuis N. macrophylla AW N. thorelii x aristolochioides N.

Nepenthes bicalcarata

Nepenthes Bicalcarata

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