First up, we have this one. Completely unknown, but just noticed the peristomes of a few newer, more mature pitchers have started to flare out. Interesting color variation on this one. I like the watermelon-pink color of the newest pitchers.
Most noticeable and consistent traits:
Flared out peristomes, red-speckled insides, the lid has a distinctive ridge on the underside (see 4th image). Fuzzy leaves. Hairy spur on the back. Second hybrid
Apparently a N. naga hybrid, other parent is unknown. Recently been growing more unique pitchers. Came from Mt. Talang.
Pitchers noticeably thin and long, so far no signs of the peristomes flaring out. Wings are very unique, having more of a ridge before the hairs stick out. Lids are hairy. Leaves are just the slightest bit fuzzy.
I also have one more, but it has a bit to go to start producing more and more unique pitchers before I can make a guess at it, so far they are all very small.