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What

Tropical Pitcher Plants Genus Nepenthes

Observer

brunodurand

Date

July 10, 2012 09:13 AM SGT

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jonahvanbeijnen

Date

January 6, 2014 05:16 AM CET

Description

This large pitcher plant is endemic for Palawan and only occurs at higher altitudes in the Cleopatra's Needle Mountain Range. The species is under threat as the whole mountain range remains unprotected. Centre for Sustainability is working with other local partners to try to get the mountain protected.

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jonahvanbeijnen

Date

January 6, 2014 05:56 AM CET

Description

This large pitcher plant is endemic for Palawan and only occurs at higher altitudes in the Cleopatra's Needle Mountain Range. The species is under threat as the whole mountain range remains unprotected. Centre for Sustainability is working with other local partners to try to get the mountain protected.

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jonahvanbeijnen

Date

January 6, 2014 05:26 AM CET

Description

This large pitcher plant is endemic for Palawan and only occurs at higher altitudes in the Cleopatra's Needle Mountain Range. The species is under threat as the whole mountain range remains unprotected. Centre for Sustainability is working with other local partners to try to get the mountain protected.

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jonahvanbeijnen

Date

January 6, 2014 05:25 AM CET

Description

This large pitcher plant is endemic for Palawan and only occurs at higher altitudes in the Cleopatra's Needle Mountain Range. The species is under threat as the whole mountain range remains unprotected. Centre for Sustainability is working with other local partners to try to get the mountain protected.

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jonahvanbeijnen

Date

January 6, 2014 05:23 AM CET

Description

This large pitcher plant is endemic for Palawan and only occurs at higher altitudes in the Cleopatra's Needle Mountain Range. The species is under threat as the whole mountain range remains unprotected. Centre for Sustainability is working with other local partners to try to get the mountain protected.

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manila_folder

Date

February 13, 2014 08:17 AM ChST

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What

Old World pitcher plants Family Nepenthaceae

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johann_mabalot

Date

August 10, 2016 06:02 PM HST

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metymety

Date

August 7, 2016 11:49 AM AST

Description

Pitcher plant

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orchidelirium

Date

December 10, 2013 08:50 AM UTC

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What

Common Swamp Pitcher-Plant Nepenthes mirabilis

Observer

ogrespit

Date

July 18, 2015 10:48 AM EDT

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Observer

lek

Date

July 16, 2016 02:57 PM NZST

Description

A cultivated plant inside the heated greenhouse.

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Description from Wikipedia

Nepenthes (/nɨˈpɛnθiːz/), popularly known as tropical pitcher plants or monkey cups, is a genus of carnivorous plants in the monotypic family Nepenthaceae. The genus comprises roughly 140 species, and numerous natural and many cultivated hybrids. They are mostly liana-forming plants of the Old World tropics, ranging from South China, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines; westward to Madagascar (two species) and the Seychelles (one); southward to Australia (three) and New Caledonia (one); and northward to India (one)...

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