Nepenthes lowii Trusmadi BE-3100
This is one of the classic species from Borneo. Its hourglass shape and stretched out peristome has made it one of the best parent species in breeding Nepenthes hybrids. Undersides of the lids have bristles that accumulate nectar exudant which supports a symbiotic relationship with tree shrews. However, this species generally becomes a fast grower once it vines, so it is only when it is in the basal stage that it is slow.
Several locations of this species are commonly available, Mt. Trusmadi, Mulu, and Murud. This BE clone is from Trusmadi. Specimens pictured are exact plants available.