Nepenthes hurrelliana (after Andrew Hurrell, botanist) is a highland species of pitcher plant from Borneo. It is found in northern Sarawak, Brunei and southwestern Sabah. N. hurrelliana produces attractive funnel-shaped pitchers. It is of putative hybrid origin; the two original parent species are thought to be N. fusca and N. veitchii. A thick indumentum of rusty-brown hairs covers the entire plant, a characteristic inherited from the latter.