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Hello everyone, I was one of the lucky ones who joined a Redfern expedition recently. I went to Borneo to climb gunung Murud, gunung Trus Madi and gunun Tambuyukon. One the way back home, I stopped for 24h in Kuala Lumpur, and I went to Genting Highlands. I will not focus here on the people (so nice and friendly, both the locals and the other team members) or the food (one of my main passion, and I can tell you I was not disappointed!) Here are a few pictures of this amasing trip! Let me know if you have some interest in a particular species or other, I'll check if I have more pictures of that ;-) On the way to Gunung Murud, on the road sides: N. reinwardtiana: N. vogelii (or similar, as there is some debate about it): N. fusca: Gunung Murud: N. muluensis: N. lowii: N. hurreliana N. murudensis (classical form, quite boring from my perspective): A more interesting form of N. murudensis:
Dear all, For those who are interested, I've uploaded a small selection of my own photographs from the recent Redfern expedition to Palawan and Borneo to Facebook; you shouldn't need to be a FB friend or member to view the images. You can view the album here. Whilst fairly difficult owing to the number of peaks attempted in the time available, the expedition was a great success and members were able to view all the species they had hoped to see, along with a few bonuses that included Nepenthes we had not planned on encountering, some new orchid taxa and two species of Rafflesia. With respect, I will not add people I do not know as friends on Facebook, so please do not take it personally if I do not acknowledge a random request; I use the service for friends and family only. Please let me know should you encounter any problems viewing the album. Best wishes, Alastair.