Nepenthes Edwardsiana

  • Artist: François Sockhom Meye
  • Title: Nepenthes edwardsiana in the mossy forests of Mount Tambuyukon, Sabah, Borneo
  • Description: Nepenthes edwardsiana is one of the world’s most spectacular carnivorous plants. A species of pitcher plant, it produces traps that catch insects and other small animals. Its dramatic reddish orange ‘pitchers’ bear ferocious blade-like ribs that cause prey to fall into its deadly traps.

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