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a) Whether there is any sign of a revival of Nepenthes or Nilosyrtis.
In Nepenthes plants, the slippery zone was comprehensively regard to serve the functions of trapping and especially in restraining prey via decreasing the insects attachment.
The second largest, named after famed Natural historian, Sir David Attenborough, Nepenthes attenboroughii likes to eat rat.
Nepenthes are even known to have devoured a whole rat and a baby monkey.
Nepenthes are known to have devoured a whole rat and even a baby monkey
Take the Nepenthes bicalcarata, a species of pitcher plant: The pitchers are attached to the plant's leaves by a fat, hollow tendril--the perfect home for a small ant colony.
As far as the nepenthes (pitcher plants), he has one of the best mature collections.
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He explains: "Borneo Exotics, a highly regarded breeder of Nepenthes, got to hear about the work I do in Sumatra with the orangutans and they named a hybrid cultivar from Sumatra, which is crossed with a Filipino one, Nepenthes 'Bill Bailey' in recognition of my work.
In Borneo, the carnivorous pitcher plant Nepenthes rajah is a favorite throne for tree shrews and rats.
Adaptive significance and ontogenetic variability of the waxy zone in Nepenthes rafflesiana.