List of Nepenthes species by distribution

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Global distribution of Nepenthes

This list of Nepenthes species is a comprehensive listing of all known species of the carnivorous plant genus Nepenthes arranged according to their distribution. It is based on the 2009 monograph, Pitcher Plants of the Old World,[1] and, unless otherwise stated, all information is taken from this source.

Several species with an expansive geographical range are mentioned more than once. Species that are not endemic to a given region are marked with an asterisk.

Philippines[edit]

Nepenthes mantalingajanensis

Nepenthes species recorded from the Philippines.

  1. N. abalata[2]
  2. N. abgracilis[3]
  3. N. aenigma[4]
  4. N. alata
  5. N. alzapan[5]
  6. N. argentii
  7. N. armin[6]
  8. N. attenboroughii
  9. N. barcelonae[7]
  10. N. bellii
  11. N. burkei
  12.  ?N. campanulata[8] *
  13. N. ceciliae[9]
  14. N. cid[3]
  15. N. copelandii
  16. N. cornuta[10]
  17. N. deaniana
  18. N. extincta[11]
  19. N. gantungensis[12]
  20. N. graciliflora[13]
  21. N. hamiguitanensis[14]
  22. N. justinae[4]
  23. N. kitanglad[11]
  24. N. leonardoi[15]
  25. N. leyte[11]
  26. N. mantalingajanensis
  27. N. merrilliana
  28. N. micramphora
  29. N. mindanaoensis
  30. N. mira
  31. N. mirabilis *
  32. N. nebularum[16]
  33. N. negros[13]
  34. N. palawanensis[17]
  35. N. pantaronensis[10]
  36. N. peltata
  37. N. petiolata
  38. N. philippinensis
  39. N. pulchra[9]
  40. N. ramos[18]
  41. N. robcantleyi[19]
  42. N. samar[20]
  43. N. saranganiensis
  44. N. sibuyanensis
  45. N. sumagaya[21]
  46. N. surigaoensis
  47. N. talaandig[10]
  48. N. tboli[6]
  49. N. truncata
  50. N. ultra[22]
  51. N. ventricosa
  52. N. viridis[23]
  53. N. zygon[6]
  54. N. sp. Anipahan[24]

Borneo[edit]

Nepenthes rajah
Nepenthes villosa

Nepenthes species recorded from Borneo.

  1. N. albomarginata *
  2. N. ampullaria *
  3. N. appendiculata[25]
  4. N. bicalcarata
  5. N. boschiana
  6. N. burbidgeae
  7. N. campanulata[8] *
  8. N. chaniana
  9. N. clipeata
  10. N. edwardsiana
  11. N. ephippiata
  12. N. epiphytica[26]
  13. N. faizaliana
  14. N. fusca
  15. N. glandulifera
  16. N. gracilis *
  17. N. hemsleyana[27]
  18. N. hirsuta
  19. N. hispida
  20. N. hurrelliana
  21. N. lowii
  22. N. macrophylla
  23. N. macrovulgaris
  24. N. mapuluensis
  25. N. mirabilis *
  26. N. mollis
  27. N. muluensis
  28. N. murudensis
  29. N. northiana
  30. N. pilosa
  31. N. platychila
  32. N. rafflesiana *
  33. N. rajah
  34. N. reinwardtiana *
  35. N. stenophylla
  36. N. tentaculata *
  37. N. veitchii
  38. N. villosa
  39. N. vogelii

Sumatra[edit]

Nepenthes aristolochioides
Nepenthes sumatrana

Nepenthes species recorded from Sumatra.

  1. N. adnata
  2. N. albomarginata *
  3. N. ampullaria *
  4. N. angasanensis
  5. N. aristolochioides
  6. N. beccariana
  7. N. bongso
  8. N. densiflora
  9. N. diatas
  10. N. dubia
  11. N. eustachya
  12. N. flava
  13. N. gracilis *
  14. N. gymnamphora *
  15. N. inermis
  16. N. izumiae
  17. N. jacquelineae
  18. N. jamban
  19. N. junghuhnii
  20. N. lavicola
  21. N. lingulata
  22. N. longifolia
  23. N. mikei
  24. N. mirabilis *
  25. N. naga
  26. N. ovata
  27. N. rafflesiana *
  28. N. reinwardtiana *
  29. N. rhombicaulis
  30. N. rigidifolia
  31. N. singalana
  32. N. spathulata *
  33. N. spectabilis
  34. N. sumatrana
  35. N. talangensis
  36. N. tenuis
  37. N. tobaica

Thailand[edit]

Nepenthes thai

Nepenthes species recorded from Thailand.

  1. N. ampullaria *
  2. N. andamana[28]
  3. N. chang[29]
  4. N. gracilis *
  5. N. kampotiana *
  6. N. kerrii[30]
  7. N. kongkandana
  8. N. krabiensis[31]
  9. N. mirabilis *
  10. N. rosea[32]
  11. N. sanguinea *
  12. N. smilesii *
  13. N. suratensis[33]
  14. N. thai[34]

Sulawesi[edit]

Nepenthes pitopangii

Nepenthes species recorded from Sulawesi

  1. N. eymae
  2. N. glabrata
  3. N. gracilis *
  4. N. hamata
  5. N. maryae[35]
  6. N. maxima *
  7. N. minima[36]
  8. N. mirabilis *
  9. N. nigra[37]
  10. N. pitopangii
  11. N. tentaculata *
  12. N. tomoriana
  13. N. undulatifolia[38]

New Guinea[edit]

Nepenthes neoguineensis

Nepenthes species recorded from New Guinea.

  1. N. ampullaria *
  2. N. insignis
  3. N. klossii
  4. N. lamii
  5. N. maxima *
  6. N. mirabilis *
  7. N. monticola[39]
  8. N. neoguineensis *
  9. N. paniculata
  10. N. papuana
  11. N. treubiana *

Peninsular Malaysia[edit]

Nepenthes benstonei

Nepenthes species recorded from Peninsular Malaysia.

  1. N. alba
  2. N. albomarginata *
  3. N. ampullaria *
  4. N. benstonei
  5. N. gracilis *
  6. N. gracillima
  7. N. macfarlanei
  8. N. mirabilis *
  9. N. rafflesiana *
  10. N. ramispina
  11. N. sanguinea *

Cambodia[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from Cambodia.

  1. N. bokorensis
  2. N. gracilis[40] *
  3. N. holdenii[41]
  4. N. kampotiana *
  5. N. mirabilis *
  6. N. smilesii[42] *

Maluku Islands[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from the Maluku Islands.

  1. N. ampullaria *
  2. N. halmahera[43]
  3. N. maxima *
  4. N. mirabilis *
  5. N. weda[43]

Australia[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from Australia.

  1. N. mirabilis *
  2. N. parvula[44]
  3. N. rowaniae
  4. N. tenax

Vietnam[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from Vietnam.

  1. N. kampotiana[45] *
  2. N. mirabilis *
  3. N. smilesii[46] *
  4. N. thorelii

Raja Ampat Islands[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from the Raja Ampat Islands.

  1. N. danseri
  2.  ?N. neoguineensis *
  3.  ?N. treubiana *
  4. N. sp. Misool

D'Entrecasteaux Islands[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from the D'Entrecasteaux Islands.

  1. N. maxima *
  2. N. mirabilis *
  3. N. neoguineensis *

Java[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from Java.

  1. N. gymnamphora *
  2. N. mirabilis *
  3. N. spathulata *

Singapore[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from Singapore.

  1. N. ampullaria *
  2. N. gracilis *
  3. N. rafflesiana *

Madagascar[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from Madagascar.

  1. N. madagascariensis
  2. N. masoalensis

Laos[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from Laos.

  1. N. mirabilis *
  2. N. smilesii *

India[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from India.

  1. N. khasiana

New Caledonia[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from New Caledonia.

  1. N. vieillardii

Seychelles[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from the Seychelles.

  1. N. pervillei

Sri Lanka[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from Sri Lanka.

  1. N. distillatoria

Caroline Islands[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from the Caroline Islands

  1. N. mirabilis *

China[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from China (including Hong Kong and Macau).

  1. N. mirabilis *

Louisiade Archipelago[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from the Louisiade Archipelago.

  1. N. mirabilis *

Myanmar[edit]

Nepenthes species recorded from Myanmar.

  1. N. mirabilis *

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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