Characteristics and types of Semar Pockets This plant can grow mencapati 15-20 m tall with vines other measures , although there are some species that do not propagate upward . At the end of the existing leaf tendrils that can be modified to form a bag , trap used to consume their prey ( eg , insects , leeches , frogs ) that ' s the way to . Typically , Nepenthes has three types of forms of bags , namely handbags top , bottom bags , and bags rosette . Top bag is a bag of adult plants , generally in the form of a funnel or cylinder , no wings , do not have attractive colors , the side facing the rear tendrils and twigs can be wrapped around other plants , bags on animals often fly like mosquitoes or flies , this kind of bag rarely let alone not found in most species , N. ampullaria image . Bottom bag bags produced in young plants generally tergelatak on the ground , has two wings that serves as a tool for soil insects such as ants climb to the mouth of the bag and subsequent liquid splashed berenzim dlm it , while the rosette bag , has the same form as in the bottom of the bag , but the bag rosette grows in the form of a rosette of leaves , the parable of the species that have the kind of bag that ampullaria N. and N. gracilis . Most of the plants are sometimes issued in the form of a mixed bag of bags such as lower and upper pitchers .
This plant has a very broad dissemination of the waterfront to the plateau , in because this is the Nepenthes divided dlm two types namely type highland and lowland type , although generally the species grows in the highlands . Listed species are grown in very high altitude , namely N. lamii namely in altitude 3 , 520 m .