Nepenthes sanguinea

 

Nepenthes sanguinea

So many Nepenthes pitchers sport colors of red or orange but Nepenthes sanguinea proves that you can be green and still be mean.  The brilliant emerald base color of the pitchers is suffused with a gentle pink.  the pitchers are generously produced, it's a lot of mouths to feed.  If you look at the rosette, leaves in each subsequent level are notably larger than those in the previous level.  She is a vigorous grower.

If you hover your mouse over the photo you will see a composite shot.  On the left is a close of a single pitcher, to the right you can see a super close up of the alatus (wing-like structure on the pitcher).  I include this shot because you can see how carefully the nectar droplets (which attract insect prey) are arranged. One sits carefully at the base of each portion of the alatus with single droplets perched at very top and bottom center as well.  Perfectly designed to draw an insect up to the peristome.