| Large lower pitcher of N. sibuyanensis. Cultivated plant.|
Large lower pitcher of N. sibuyanensis. Cultivated plant.
| Nepenthes sibuyanensis|
Nepenthes sibuyanensis (Latin: Sibuyan = island to which it is Endemic (ecology)|endemic, -ensis = from) is a recently described highland Nepenthes species from the Philippines. It occurs at altitudes of between 1500 and 1800 m. The pitchers are large (<30 cm), ovoid and usually yellow to red in colouration with a darker peristome. It is closely related to the more widespread Nepenthes ventricosa|N. ventricosa.
Nerz, J., Mann, P., Alt, T. & Smith, T. 1998. Nepenthes Sibuyanensis, A New Nepenthes from Sibuyan, A Remote Island of the Philippines. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, 27(1), p. 19.