- Type (designated by Mey, F.S. 20101): Smiles F.S. (K), northern Siam, Baw Saw, Nam Kawng, 22 V 1893.
Leaves coriaceous, subpetiolate; lamina narrowly linear to lanceolate, short tendril. Lower pitchers often cylindrical with a swollen base; peristome narrow, usually without stripes. Upper pitchers, cylindrical with a swollen base, to infundibular. Lid usually elliptic with a cordate base, not vaulted. Inflorescence with male and female flowers borne solitary on pedicels. Indumentum, the whole plant is covered with hairs.A
A member of the N. thorelii aggregate.A
Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and VietnamA
Pyrophyte. Usually found in seasonally wet habitats such as open sandy savannahs and grasslands. In Kirirom National Park, Nepenthes smilesii grows in clearings among pine trees. Sea level (Kampot) and between 500 and 1000 m a.s.l.A
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|Smiles F.S. (K), northern Siam, Baw Saw, Nam Kawng, 22 V 1893.|
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