Tropical Pitcher Plant 
 
 
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Brunei Darussalam, Indian Ocean (Seychelles), Indonesia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka


Species/Common Names:
Nepenthes argentii
Nepenthes aristolochioides
Nepenthes bellii
Nepenthes bicalcarata
Nepenthes bongso
Nepenthes boschiana
Nepenthes burbidgeae
Nepenthes clipeata
Nepenthes danseri
Nepenthes distillatoria
Nepenthes dubia
Nepenthes edwardsiana
Nepenthes ephippiata
Nepenthes eymae
Nepenthes faizaliana
Nepenthes fallax
Nepenthes fusca
Nepenthes glabrata
Nepenthes gracillima
Nepenthes hamata
Nepenthes inermis
Nepenthes insignis
Nepenthes klossii
Nepenthes lavicola
Nepenthes lowii
Nepenthes macfarlanei
Nepenthes macrophylla
Nepenthes macrovulgaris
Nepenthes madagascariensis
Nepenthes masoalensis
Nepenthes merrilliana
Nepenthes mikei
Nepenthes muluensis
Nepenthes murudensis
Nepenthes northiana
Nepenthes ovata
Nepenthes paniculata
Nepenthes pervillei
Nepenthes pilosa
Nepenthes rajah
Nepenthes ramispina
Nepenthes rhombicaulis
Nepenthes sibuyanensis
Nepenthes singalana
Nepenthes spathulata
Nepenthes spectabilis
Nepenthes talangensis
Nepenthes tomoriana
Nepenthes treubiana
Nepenthes truncata
Nepenthes villosa

Facts Summary:
Nepenthes (commonly known as the Tropical Pitcher Plant species) is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Brunei Darussalam, Indian Ocean (Seychelles), Indonesia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Nepenthes argentiiVU-IUCN2000Philippines
2. Nepenthes aristolochioidesCR-IUCN2000Indonesia
3. Nepenthes belliiEN-IUCN2000Philippines
4. Nepenthes bicalcarataVU-IUCN2000Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia
5. Nepenthes bongsoVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
6. Nepenthes boschianaEN-IUCN2000Indonesia
7. Nepenthes burbidgeaeEN-IUCN2000Malaysia
8. Nepenthes clipeataCR-IUCN2000Indonesia
9. Nepenthes danseriVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
10. Nepenthes distillatoriaVU-IUCN2000Sri Lanka
11. Nepenthes dubiaCR-IUCN2000Indonesia
12. Nepenthes edwardsianaVU-IUCN2000Malaysia
13. Nepenthes ephippiataVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
14. Nepenthes eymaeVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
15. Nepenthes faizalianaVU-IUCN2000Malaysia
16. Nepenthes fallaxVU-IUCN2000Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia
17. Nepenthes fuscaVU-IUCN2000Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia
18. Nepenthes glabrataVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
19. Nepenthes gracillimaEN-IUCN2000Malaysia
20. Nepenthes hamataVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
21. Nepenthes inermisVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
22. Nepenthes insignisVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
23. Nepenthes klossiiVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
24. Nepenthes lavicolaCR-IUCN2000Indonesia
25. Nepenthes lowiiVU-IUCN2000Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia
26. Nepenthes macfarlaneiVU-IUCN2000Malaysia
27. Nepenthes macrophyllaCR-IUCN2000Malaysia
28. Nepenthes macrovulgarisVU-IUCN2000Malaysia
29. Nepenthes madagascariensisVU-IUCN2000Madagascar
30. Nepenthes masoalensisEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
31. Nepenthes merrillianaVU-IUCN2000Philippines
32. Nepenthes mikeiVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
33. Nepenthes muluensisVU-IUCN2000Malaysia
34. Nepenthes murudensisEN-IUCN2000Malaysia
35. Nepenthes northianaVU-IUCN2000Malaysia
36. Nepenthes ovataVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
37. Nepenthes paniculataEN-IUCN2000Indonesia
38. Nepenthes pervilleiVU-IUCN2000Indian Ocean (Seychelles)
39. Nepenthes pilosaEN-IUCN2000Indonesia, Malaysia
40. Nepenthes rajahEN-IUCN2000Malaysia
41. Nepenthes ramispinaVU-IUCN2000Malaysia
42. Nepenthes rhombicaulisVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
43. Nepenthes sibuyanensisVU-IUCN2000Philippines
44. Nepenthes singalanaVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
45. Nepenthes spathulataVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
46. Nepenthes spectabilisVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
47. Nepenthes talangensisEN-IUCN2000Indonesia
48. Nepenthes tomorianaVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
49. Nepenthes treubianaVU-IUCN2000Indonesia
50. Nepenthes truncataEN-IUCN2000Philippines
51. Nepenthes villosaVU-IUCN2000Malaysia

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