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Neil Soares

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Feb 15, 2011, 3:17:43 AM2/15/11
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Hi,
 Had encountered a few while trekking through the Kerangas [Heath Forests] of Bako National Park, Sarawak, Borneo.
 Sending a few photographs.
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Kerangas [Heath Forests] 1.jpg
Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Root Mats.jpg
Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Rhododendrons & Pitcher plants 3.jpg
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Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Pitcher plants 5.jpg
Bamboo orchid and Pitcher plant 6.jpg

Pankaj Kumar

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Feb 15, 2011, 3:50:31 AM2/15/11
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Dear Sir,
Thanks a lot for sharing the pics. Atleast you have seen them in wild, you are lucky...
And special thanks for Arundina graminifolia "Nepenthes".
What species are they by the way? This one looks like N. khasiana but I thought they were endemic to India.
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tanay bose

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Feb 15, 2011, 9:59:48 AM2/15/11
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Thanks for sharing
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JM Garg

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Kerangas [Heath Forests] 1.jpg
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JM Garg

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J.M. Garg

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Apr 1, 2018, 8:16:43 AM4/1/18
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.

Some earlier relevant feedback:

Thanks a lot for sharing the pics. Atleast you have seen them in wild, you are lucky...
And special thanks for Arundina graminifolia "Nepenthes".
What species are they by the way? This one looks like N. khasiana but I thought they were endemic to India.
Regards
Pankaj                                         

 

 


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Kerangas [Heath Forests] 1.jpg
Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Root Mats.jpg
Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Rhododendrons & Pitcher plants 3.jpg
Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Pitcher plants 4.jpg
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Bamboo orchid and Pitcher plant 6.jpg

Pankaj Kumar

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Apr 3, 2018, 8:51:15 AM4/3/18
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Ok let me rethink... this looks more like Nepenthes mirabilis. I am counting on the raised ring on the belly which is running around the pitcher.
Pankaj

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Apr 3, 2018, 10:52:51 AM4/3/18
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Kerangas [Heath Forests] 1.jpg
Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Root Mats.jpg
Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Rhododendrons & Pitcher plants 3.jpg
Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Pitcher plants 4.jpg
Kerangas [Heath Forests] - Pitcher plants 5.jpg
Bamboo orchid and Pitcher plant 6.jpg
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