1. One of the 39 species of Pitcher plants, Nepenthes sp. (Caryophyllales - Nepenthaceae), known in Borneo. Only the Philippines has more known species (45).

    Photo credit: ©Jeet Sukumaran

     
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    That’s Nepenthes ampullaria, one of the most widely distributed species.
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