Nepenthes jacquelinae, described recently by Charles Clarke might be the most spectacular new Nepenthes discovered and introduced into cultivvation over the last years. The peristome seems to function as a kind of landing platform for flying insects. The species seems to be closely related to Nepenthes dubia and Nepenthes inermis.
Green form of Nepenthes jacquelinae In shade we found completely green plants of N. jacquelinae. As of now, it's unknown, whether these represent genetic variability or are just the result of growth under low light levels.
Juvenile pitcher of Nepenthes jacquelinae This pitcher of Nepenthes jacquelinae is only 1,5 cm big. It already looks very interesting and characteristic but lacks the monstrous peristome of older plants' pitchers.