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570. Other Species of Pitcher Plants from Sarawak, Borneo

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Nepenthes Rafflesiana, Jack., one of the most ornamental of the genus originally introduced into Kew Gardens from Singapore in 1845. The one below is N. ampullacea, Jack

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Media ID 4042699

Date: 24th September 2010

Filename: MN_570-004440LA090602_00068.jpg

Image Size: 5952 x 9252 Pixels

Filesize is 19.99MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: borneo, marianne north, nepenthes ampullacea, nepenthes rafflesiana, painting, pitcher plant, sarawak, victorian