Nepenthes hamata J.R.Turnbull & A.T.Middleton, Reinwardtia 10: 108 1985 publ. 1984.;
endemic to Sulawesi, where it grows at elevations of 1400–2500 m above sea level as per Wikipedia;
 
 
Nepenthes hamata J.R.Turnbull & A.T.Middleton Reinwardtia 10(2): 108 (-110). 1984.
Family: Nepenthaceae
WIKI: Nepenthes hamata is a tropical pitcher plant endemic to Sulawesi, where it grows at elevations of 1400–2500 m above sea level. The specific epithet hamata is derived from the Latin word hamatus, meaning “hooked”. It describes the appearance of the highly developed peristome teeth of this species.
Pic taken at 20th WOC Orchid Show, Singapore.

very powerfully sinister scary looking…
I think they had these in a very old movie where plants take over the world.. I am blanking the name…


Pitcher plant seen at the Conservatory in Atlanta Botanic Garden.


 
 
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