N. fallax
purchase date: 6 / 05
arrived as a size 3
plant origin: Nepenthes Nursery
photo taken:  12 / 05

Nepenthes fallax may be a separate species or not. I've read different literature that indicates that N. fallax is the same plant as N. stenophylla while other literature says they're two separate species. I don't know what is correct at this time. It looks exactly like N. stenophylla to me. The main reason I bought this plant was because The Nepenthes Nursery is selling it as N. fallax so I wanted to grow their clone out to see if it is any different from my N. stenophylla clone. Whatever the nomenclature turns out to be, this is a nice species that is easy to grow and does quite well outdoors. The pitchers are unique and the plant is really "hairy". A nice natural hybrid is N. stenophylla X N. lowii. 

highlander  900m - 2600m

Cultivation: easy outdoors; moderate grower
Market availability: size 3, larger plants, and rooted cuttings
Species variability: not much that I've seen
$ / size: inexpensive to moderate $25.00 and up for larger plants
Cuttings: none available for trade
Sex: unknown