This plant was originally obtained by Borneo Exotics as Nepenthes eymae. However, after it produced upper pitchers, the staff at BE recognized this as 'the most spectacular clone of N. maxima we've ever seen." We visited Gunung Lumut during our expedition to Sulawesi in August 2013, and can attest to the beauty of the plants there! This clone surpasses many others because of its wide, flaring, nearly BLACK peristomes, well-striped pitchers, and leaves with a wonderful red tinge to them! Medium plants 3 to 6 or more inches in diameter, potted in 4-inch pots and ready to grow, not bareroot as you find with many other suppliers.