Terrestrial climber. Stems branched, up to 3 m tall, terete, up to 4 mm in diameter. Leaves petiolate, lamina linear, up to 16 cm long, 2.5 cm wide; apex acute; base broadly attenuate; longitudinal veins 2 on each side of the midrib. Lower pitchers up to 10 cm tall, 3 cm wide; basal part inflated and ovoid; wings 4 mm wide, fringed with filaments up to 3 mm long. Peristome flattened, up to 4 mm wide, yellowish-green, sometimes flecked with dark red coloration, elevated towards the rear of the pitcher opening to form a neck below the lid; lined with very fine ribs up to 0.1 mm high spaced up to 0.1 mm apart; inner surface without prominent teeth. Upper pitchers up to 10 cm long, 4 cm wide, wholly infundibular, yellowish-green, sometimes with reddish flecks near the mouth; wings reduced to ridges; pitcher lid cordate, up to 3.5 cm long, 4.0 cm wide, lower surface with basal ridge and appendages.
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