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The pitcher plant. We keep them in our garden as they are known to eat insects.
thanks for the info, I didn't know there were that many species but I think you are right, it does look like N. alata. Yeah, I guess the passionflower would throw you off! It should be a separate spotting. wow, 25 species is still a lot to narrow down. I thought it being from Luzon would narrow down the ID, but I guess it being from an urban garden, it could be any philippines species.
Dan, there are currently 25 known natives in the Philippines. I'm guessing this one is the most common, N. alata or N. mirabilis? But the flower threw me off.
not sure of the species but they're aren't very many native to Philippines.
wow it looks so beautiful!
Lat: 15.15, Long: 120.58
Spotted on Feb 22, 2011 Submitted on Apr 22, 2011