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Original caption: "Rattus baluensis visiting a Nepenthes rajah pitcher at night." Photograph taken by Ch'ien Lee.

Date 2010
Source Greenwood, M., C. Clarke, C.C. Lee, A. Gunsalam & R.H. Clarke 2011. A unique resource mutualism between the giant Bornean pitcher plant, Nepenthes rajah, and members of a small mammal community. PLoS ONE 6(6): e21114. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0021114
Author Ch'ien Lee
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