There's some confusion involving N. boschiana, N. stenophylla, N. faizaliana and N. fusca “Sarawak”, and often one has been sold as another one or they got mixed up in cultivation. HEREis a page that shows some photos for each species and the most obvious taxonomical differences. Correct your labels if you need. Nepenthes fusca "Sarawak" has been described as a separate species in 2019: N. dactylifera.


BE3068

Sex: female

Origin: Tambunan Road, Sabah, 1700 m.

Notes: this clone is nicknamed “flared peristome”, previously sold as clone 1, BE0012. Photo by Neparoundthehouse.


BE3070

Sex: batch

Origin: Sarawak

Notes: assorted clones, previously sold as BE0028, this is the form nicknamed N. fusca “Sarawak”, which has been sold for a while as N. faizaliana.


AWfaiz

Sex:

Origin: Sarawak

Notes: this is the form nicknamed N. fusca “Sarawak”, which has been sold for a while as N. faizaliana.


AWfusc

Sex:

Origin: Tambunan Road, Sabah

Notes:


N320

Sex:

Origin: Mt. Alab, Crocker Range, Sabah, 1700 m

Notes:


NE9A

Sex:

Origin: Kinabalu, Sabah

Notes:


NE9B

Sex: batch

Origin: Crocker Range, Sabah

Notes:


EPa

Sex:

Origin:

Notes:


EPb

Sex:

Origin: Brunei

Notes: black form, pitchers 25cm+, photo by EP


EPc

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: white form


EPd

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: wide peristome


EPe

Sex:

Origin: Tambunan Road, Sabah

Notes:


EPf

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: dark form, with nearly black markings


BE3465

Sex: batch

Origin: Mamut Copper Mine, Sabah

Notes: first sold as individuals from seed, then as batch of clones

 

BE3069

Sex: 

Origin: Sabah

Notes: 



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