Nepenthes Predator is a hybrid between N. hamata and N. truncata. Another one of those great Exotica Plants hybrids that they are so famous for. I grow it outdoors because of the N. hamata in the parentage. This hybrid can be grown as an intermediate as well. I now have two plants. My smaller one I bought when they were first available, and my larger plant that Exotica Plants has recently released. Both clones look similar except for the size. The peristomes are ridged and flared out revealing much of the N. hamata in it. Pitchers are fairly large and I suspect will get larger with age. There's no doubt that this hybrid will be highly sought for years to come. So if you get the chance to buy, I highly recommend getting one while they're still available.
highlander (not a naturally occuring hybrid)
Cultivation: easy; moderate grower outdoors; probably
can be grown indoors as a houseplant in intermediate conditions
Market availability: size 3 to large plants; limited for now
Species variability: some variability being a seed grown plant
$ / size: expensive to collector's plant $75.00 and up for larger plants
Cuttings: none available for trade