Nepenthes Hurrelliana

Nepenthes hurrelliana ( /nɨˈpɛnθiːz hʌˌrɛliˈɑːnə/) is a tropical pitcher plant endemic to Borneo, where it has been recorded from northern Sarawak, southwestern Sabah, and Brunei. It is of putative hybrid origin; its two original parent species are thought to be N. fusca and N. veitchii. A thick indumentum of rusty-brown hairs covers the entire plant, a characteristic presumably inherited from the latter.

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