sykosarah, since this is a newly described cultivar, there are not many cuttings from it yet. There is a rooted cutting I might possibly make available for the upcoming terraforums NASC auction.
There are also other Nepenthes from the same cross, lowii x ventricosa "Red" out there, although they are quite rare. With lots of exposure to light with cool temps they should get good color as well. The lid spikes is one of the main traits that set this cultivar apart and the fact that it is female (which is nice for breeding).
and then there is the reverse cross 'Peter D'Amato' which is similar and also very red but is rare and in very high demand. Nepenthes "Briggsiana" and also "standard" lowii x ventricosa's are more accessible but are pretty hard to find all the same.
But for the official cultivar of 'The Succubus' it can only originate from a cutting of the original plant, nothing else can be called 'The Succubus'
And compared to really big truncata-type plants or "viney" plants like spectabilis this one is actually quite compact which is great for indoor growing.
I do hope to get this into wider circulation in the future though!