N. talangensis is a cute little highland species, endemic to Mount Talang, in Sumatra. It stays fairly small and grows pretty well for me. It does slow down growth by late summer when the nighttime temps are warmer than it likes. This is the largest pitcher it's made for me yet. Still a juvenile pitcher, but looks well on it's way to maturity.
Nepenthes sibuyanensis is endemic to Sibuyan Island in the Philippines. It pretty much always does well here. It's a bit of a slow grower, but my conditions aren't perfect, so I won't complain. One interesting thing about this one is it will grow it's tendrils out and usually bury the tip in a neighbors potting mix. It's pitchers never hang, they always end up sitting or growing out of another Nepenthes pot. This guy gets a much darker red color in the sun, but this pitcher was under the leaves of N. spectabilis and got almost no light.