Nepenthes (maxima X thorelii) X trusmadiensis is a complex hybrid from Exotica Plants between primarily highlanders. I bought this plant back in 2008 when Exotica released many of their N. trusmadiensis crosses if memory serves. Unfortunately it arrived before winter and almost died. However, it has bounced back and is doing very well. I grow this as a highlander although it probably can take intermediate conditions because of the N. thorelii in it. Once established, it is a vigorous grower that vines and definitely climbs. There hasn't been much information on this hybrid in the forums so I don't know how much variability there is among the original seed grown plants but I suspect there is some because of the complex nature of the cross. Since it readily vines, rooted cuttings should appear at times from individual growers or when Exotica updates their availability list.
intermediate / highlander (not a naturally occurring hybrid)
Cultivation: moderate to vigorous grower outdoors, easy to look
Market availability: rooted cuttings; limited to when Exotica updates their list
Species variability: maybe a little among the seed grown plants because of complex parentage but not sure
$ / size: moderate to expensive: $40.00 to $70.00 for rooted cuttings
Cuttings: none available for trade