||Endemic to Sarawak (Borneo).|
||Grows as an epiphyte in lower montane forest. Elevation 1200-1500 m.a.s.l.|
|| ||The pitchers are strongly dimorphic, the lowers being almost perfectly cylindrical and the uppers being funnel-shaped. Both are colored pale green with a dense pattern of dark purple speckles. The peristome is striped bands of pale green and purple.
|| ||This species has been confused with N. fusca in the past, but differs in having a wide triangular pitcher lid which has no appendages on the undersurface.
|| ||Data Deficient
|| ||Schuiteman, A. and de Vogel, E.F. (2002). Nepenthes vogelii (Nepenthaceae): a new species from Sarawak. Blumea 47(3):537-540.