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List of Nepenthes species by distribution

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, 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. Nepenthes species recorded from the Philippines. N. abalata N. abgracilis N. aenigma N. alata N. alfredoi N. alzapan N. argentii N. armin N. attenboroughii N. barcelonae N. bellii N. burkei N. cabanae? N. campanulata * N. ceciliae N. cid N. copelandii N. cornuta N. deaniana N. extincta N. gantungensis N. graciliflora N. hamiguitanensis N. justinae N. kitanglad N. leonardoi N. leyte N. malimumuensis N. manobo N. mantalingajanensis N. merrilliana N. micramphora N. mindanaoensis N. mira N. mirabilis * N. nebularum N. negros N. palawanensis N. pantaronensis N. peltata N. petiolata N. philippinensis N. pulchra N. ramos N. robcantleyi N. samar N. saranganiensis N. sibuyanensis N. sumagaya N. surigaoensis N. talaandig N. tboli N. truncata N. ultra N. ventricosa N. viridis N. zygon N. sp.

Anipahan Nepenthes species recorded from Borneo. N. albomarginata * N. ampullaria * N. appendiculata N. bicalcarata N. boschiana N. burbidgeae N. campanulata * N. chaniana N. clipeata N. edwardsiana N. ephippiata N. epiphytica N. faizaliana N. fusca N. glandulifera N. gracilis * N. hemsleyana N. hirsuta N. hispida N. hurrelliana N. lowii N. macrophylla N. macrovulgaris N. mapuluensis N. mirabilis * N. mollis N. muluensis N. murudensis N. northiana N. pilosa N. platychila N. rafflesiana * N. rajah N. reinwardtiana * N. stenophylla N. tentaculata * N. veitchii N. villosa N. vogelii Nepenthes species recorded from Sumatra. N. adnata N. albomarginata * N. ampullaria * N. angasanensis N. aristolochioides N. beccariana N. bongso N. densiflora N. diatas N. dubia N. eustachya N. flava N. gracilis * N. gymnamphora * N. inermis N. izumiae N. jacquelineae N. jamban N. junghuhnii N. lavicola N. lingulata N. longifolia N. mikei N. mirabilis * N. naga N. ovata N. rafflesiana * N. reinwardtiana * N. rhombicaulis N. rigidifolia N. singalana N. spathulata * N. spectabilis N. sumatrana N. talangensis N. tenuis N. tobaica Nepenthes species recorded from Thailand.

N. ampullaria * N. andamana N. chang N. gracilis * N. kampotiana * N. kerrii N. kongkandana N. krabiensis N. mirabilis * N. rosea N. sanguinea * N. smilesii * N. suratensis N. thai Nepenthes species recorded from Sulawesi N. eymae N. glabrata N. gracilis * N. hamata N. maryae N. maxima * N. minima N. mirabilis * N. nigra N. pitopangii N. tentaculata * N. tomoriana N. undulatifolia Nepenthes species recorded from New Guinea. N. ampullaria * N. insignis N. klossii N. lamii N. maxima * N. mirabilis * N. monticola N. neoguineensis * N. paniculata N. papuana N. treubiana * Nepenthes species recorded from Peninsular Malaysia. N. alba N. albomarginata * N. ampullaria * N. benstonei N. gracilis * N. gracillima N. macfarlanei N. mirabilis * N. rafflesiana * N. ramispina N. sanguinea * Nepenthes species recorded from Cambodia. N. bokorensis N. gracilis * N. holdenii N. kampotiana * N. mirabilis * N. smilesii * Nepenthes species recorded from the Maluku Islands. N. ampullaria * N. halmahera N. maxima * N. mirabilis * N. weda Nepenthes species recorded from Australia.

N. mirabilis * N. parvula N. rowaniae N. tenax Nepenthes species recorded from Vietnam. N. kampotiana * N. mirabilis * N. smilesii * N. thorelii Nepenthes species recorded from the Raja Ampat Islands. N. danseri? N. neoguineensis *? N. treubiana * N. sp. Misool Nepenthes species recorded from the D'Entrecasteaux Islands. N. maxima * N. mirabilis * N. neoguineensis. N. gymnamphora * N. mirabilis * N. spathulata. N. ampullaria * N. gracilis * N. rafflesiana. N. madagascariensis. N. mirabilis * N. smilesii. N. khasiana Nepenthes species recorded from New Caledonia. N. vieillardii Nepenthes species recorded from Schouten Islands. N. biak. N. pervillei Nepenthes species recorded from Sri Lanka. N. distillatoria Nepenthes species recorded from the Caroline Islands N. mirabilis * Nepenthes species recorded from China. N. mirabilis * Nepenthes species recorded from the Louisiade Archipelago. N. mirabilis * Nepenthes species recorded from Myanmar. N. mirabilis * List of Nepenthes species List of Nepenthes natural hybrids

München-Nürnberg-Express

The München-Nürnberg-Express is a RegionalExpress train service in the southern German state of Bavaria, connecting the two main cities of the state and Nuremberg. With its maximum speed of 200 km/h, the train is the fastest regional train service in Germany; the train was known under the project name FRESH, expanding to FRanken-Express über die Schnellfahrstrecke in die LandesHauptstadt. The München-Nürnberg-Express has been in service since December 10, 2006. Between Ingolstadt and Nuremberg, the service uses the Ingolstadt-Nuremberg high-speed rail line; as of 2007, the München-Nürnberg-Express is the only regional service to use a German high-speed line in its full length. The service calls at the following stops: München Hbf Petershausen Pfaffenhofen Rohrbach Ingolstadt Hbf Ingolstadt Nord Kinding Allersberg Nürnberg HbfTrains run bi-hourly between 5:00 and 23:00, with supplemental services during rush hour. Together with the Allersberg-Express, there is a half-hour interval between Allersberg and Nuremberg from 5:00 to 8:00.

One train, departing 17:05 from Munich, does not call at Petershausen any more. Deutsche Bahn claimed too high a demand as the reason; the 171 km journey takes about 1 hour 45 minutes with a prolonged 15-minute stay at Ingolstadt Hauptbahnhof to allow the service to be overtaken by ICE trains. In Ingolstadt, the service has direct connections to ICE and regional services to Augsburg and Ulm. In Nuremberg, connections to the ICE trains to the Ruhr region and many further regional services can be made. According to Deutsche Bahn sources, about 5,000 passengers per day used the train in the first weeks of service; the train is the only regional train in Bavaria. As of the 2007 schedule, the München-Nürnberg-Express is the only regional train in Germany with a maximum speed of 200 km/h; this high speed is necessary to not hinder the ICE traffic, which travels at speeds of up to 300 km/h. However, since Deutsche Bahn does not own regional rolling stock capable of travelling at such high speeds, push-pull InterCity train compositions are used for the service.

Between September and November 2006, 26 coaches were specially equipped for the München-Nürnberg-Express in the Neumünster workshop. The coaches were repainted to the red livery used by regional trains; the interior remains unchanged from the regular InterCity, providing tables, folding tables, reading lamps and laptop sockets. The normal InterCity passenger information system is installed in the coaches, however seats cannot be reserved on the train. Coaches are pressurised to avoid uncomfortable pressure variations in tunnels; the train does not have a buffet car. The train is a non smoking train, just like any other German train; the train is a push-pull set operated with the refurbished coaches and a Class 101 engine. On occasion, a Class 120 or Class 182 engine is used as well. A full trainset consists of six coaches: Control car: driver's compartment, 31 2nd class seats, 16 bicycle racks and five folding seats, two wheelchair stands, disabled toilet four saloon coaches Bpmz and luggage rack at each end of the coach.

In total, 20 cars were repainted for the MNE. End coach: open seating area with 40 seats and child compartment with six seats, special compartment with six seats, two 1st class compartments and conductor's compartment. Four Bvmsz cars were rebuilt into these special coaches. On weekday mornings, a ten-coach train pulled by two Class 101 engines operates on the line. Due to the length of the train, the last four coaches are locked between Ingolstadt and Nuremberg, as they do not come to stop at the platforms on the high speed line