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N: ~[Sarracenia leucophylla var. pubescens {B.Pierson}]
P: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.7:55 (1988)
S: =[Sarracenia leucophylla {Raf.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Drosera henryana {Hort.Weiner ex B.Pierson}]
P: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.7:59 (1988)
S: =[[Drosera capensis {L.}] * [Drosera aliciae {R.Hamet}]]
C: nom.nud., priority for parentage but name not published validly
N: [Drosera whittakeri subsp. praefolia {(Tepper) Lowrie}]
P: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.8:47 (1989)
BN: [Drosera praefolia {Tepper}]
S: =[Drosera whittakeri {Planch.}]
N: ~[Nepenthes fucosa {S.Beckwith}]
P: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.6:41 (1987)
CN: [Nepenthes fusca {Danser}]
S: =?[Nepenthes stenophylla {Mast.}]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: [Polypompholyx westonii {(P.Taylor) Lowrie}]
P: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.8:24 (1989)
BN: [Utricularia westonii {P.Taylor}]
S: =[Utricularia westonii {P.Taylor}]
N: $[Nepenthes ' Aichi ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}]
P: Carniv.Pl.of the World:47 (1986)
S: =[?[Nepenthes smilesii {Hemsl.}] * [[Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * [[Nepenthes sanguinea {Lindl.}] * [Nepenthes khasiana {Hook.f.}]]]
B: M.Kondo & T.Sakai (acc. to Kusakabe), T.Kondo (acc. to K.Kondo), Nagoya, 10. 1969
Nominant: K.Kondo, Hiroshima, 1974
Registrant: K.Kondo
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.10(3):5 (1991)
"Male. Stem climbing, the section with adult leaves cylindrical, 0.5-1.0 cm in diameter, glabrous. Leaves oblanceolate, thin, 16-20 cm long X 3-3.5 cm wide, with petiole 2-3 cm long, bases clasping 1/2-3/4's around the stem, leaf apex acute to aristate, connected to tendril; longitudinal veins usually 3 on each side, originating from the basal part of the midrib, running parallel in the outer 1/2 part of the blade, glabrous; pennate veins numerous, running obliquely towards the margin from the midrib, leaf margin entire; tendrils quite short, about 1/3 the leaf length, pitcher-bearing ones always with a curl, glabrous. Pitchers dimorphic, glabrous, lower 2/3's yellowish-green coloured, dark-red coloured in the upper 1/3, dark-red coloured concentrated especially along the veins; inferior pitchers small and thin, 4-6 cm high, from the rounded base globose or ovate in peristome cylindrical up to 1.9 mm wide on all sides, yellow coloured; with 2 fringed wings over the whole length, the wings about 5 mm wide in the lower part, 3-4 mm wide in the upper part, slightly reddish coloured, the fringe segments filiform, 3-4 mm long, quite shorter in tha lower part 0.5-1.0 mm long, 1.5-2.0 mm apart; inner surface of the pitcher glandular in the lower 2/3's; lid ovate to subcordate, flat, 1.5-1.7 cm long X 1.5-1.7 cm wide, yellow coloured with dark reddish coloured veins, with numerous scattered round rimmed nectar glands; spur 1, filiform, 7-10 mm long, with 3-5 fringe segments, 0.2-0.5 mm long; superior pitchers infundibuliform, 6-7 cm high. Morphological and quantitative characters on the pitcher of [Nepenthes ' Aichi ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}] resemble those of the maternal parent, [Nepenthes thorelii {Lecomte}]. The tendril is shorter than that of both the parents. The leaf blade is relatively large as compared with other characters in the leaf. [Nepenthes ' Aichi ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}] is vigorous when cultivated in a regular orchid greenhouse. Morphological characteristics in [Nepenthes ' Aichi ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}] have not been seen in other cultivars obtained. This cultivar has high horticultural merit."
Standard: K.Kondo 1363 (NCU); original living plant (I.D.no. N-TB-5): Kondo Collection, Nagoya
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Fulgent Koto ' {Hort.Kawase ex S.Beckwith}]
P: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.6:41 (1987)
S: =?[?[Nepenthes smilesii {Hemsl.}] * [Nepenthes stenophylla {Mast.}]]
B: K.Kawase, Kyoto, 17. 11. 1979
Nominant: K.Kawase
Transliteration: partially from Japanese
C: priority for supposed parentage but name not published validly
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
Etymology: epithets of hybrids raised by K.Kawase in 1979 begin with "F", raised at Kyoto (Koto)
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Nagoya ' {Hort. ex Kusakabe}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:14 (1979)
S: =[[[Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * ?[Nepenthes smilesii {Hemsl.}]]
B: M.Kondo & T.Sakai, Nagoya, 1967 (acc. to Kusakabe), T.Kondo (acc. to K.Kondo), Fall 1965
Nominant: K.Kondo, Hiroshima, 1974
Registrant: K.Kondo
Transliteration: from Japanese
C: synonym of [Nepenthes aigae {Hort. ex M.Lecoufle}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.10(3):6 (1991)
"Male. Stem climbing, the section with adult leaves cylindrical, 5-15 mm in diameter, tomentose. Leaves elliptic to oblanceolate, 14-35 cm long X 4-5 cm wide, sessile, bases clasping 1/2-4/5's around the stem, apex acute to aristate, glabrous; 2 longitudinal veins one each side of the blades, parallel in the outer 1/4 of the blade; pennate veins numerous, running obliquely towards the margin; tendrils longer than the leaf blade, 20-40 cm long, the pitcher-bearing ones always with a curl, glabrous. Pitchers dimorphic, glabrous, reddish-orange coloured; inferior pitchers long and thick, 15-18 cm high, shortly curved in from the hanging tendril, rounded at the base on the average tubulose, somewhat ventricose in the lower part, infundibuliform in the upper part, 3-5 cm wide in the ventricose part, 3-4 cm wide in the middle part, 2.5-4.0 cm wide around the mouth; mouth nearly round, oblique, curved in and acuminate towards the lid, or elongated into a neck 0.5-1.0 cm long; peristome strongly flattened, 2-3 mm wide in front, 10-12 mm wide at some distance from the lid, dark-reddish coloured; with 2 fringed wings over the whole length, the wings 1-2 mm wide, the fringe segments 1-1.5 mm long, 1-2 mm apart, sometimes lacking in the lower part; inner surface of the pitcher glandular in the lower 1/3 part; lid almost orbicular, subcordate, 4-5 cm long X 3-4 cm wide, flat, but the lower surface obtusely keeled in the basal part of the midrib, with scattered round rimmed glands, which are smaller and more numerous towards margin, larger and less numerous towards the keel; spur 1, 5-7 mm long; superior pitchers infundibuliform, 16-20 cm high. Male inflorescence raceme; pedicels 1-1.5 cm long, very angular and grooved, attenuate, nearly all with 1 flower (rarely 2-flowered), Tepals orbicular-elliptical, about 2 mm long. Staminal column about 2.5 mm long (including the anther) and situated in 1 whole and an apical group. This cultivar is probably the one with the best horticultural merit of the cultivars raised. It is large, has colourful pitchers, and shows fast growth form and strong habits. The colour contrast and soft morphological characters of the plant body of [Nepenthes ' Nagoya ' {Hort. ex Kusakabe}] were received from the paternal parent, [Nepenthes thorelii {Lecomte}] and the large quantitative characters were derived from the maternal parent, [Nepenthes mixta {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]."
Standard: K.Kondo 1359 (NCU); original living plant (I.D.no. N-SU-22): Kondo Collection, Nagoya
Etymology: After the place of origin of the plant
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Suzue Kondo ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}]
P: Carniv.Pl.of the World:48 (1986)
S: =[[[Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * ?[Nepenthes smilesii {Hemsl.}]]
B: M.Kondo (acc. to Kusakabe), T.Kondo (acc. to K.Kondo), Nagoya, Fall 1965
Nominant: K.Kondo, Hiroshima, 1974
Registrant: K.Kondo
Transliteration: from Japanese
C: synonym of [Nepenthes aigae {Hort. ex M.Lecoufle}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.10(3):8 (1991)
"Sex not yet identified. Stems climbing, the section with adult leaves cylindrical, 5-10 mm in diameter, glabrous. Leaves elliptic to oblanceolate, 15-18 cm long X 5-6 cm wide, with petiole 2-3 cm long, sometimes sessile, bases clasping 1/2 to completely around the stem, apex acute to aristate, 4 longitudinal veins on each side of the blades, parallel in the outer 1/3 of the blade, glabrous; pennate veins numerous, running obliquely towards the margin, leaf margin entire; tendrils the same size or shorter than the leaf, pitcher-bearing ones always with a curl, glabrous. Pitchers dimorphic, glabrous, grayish light-green coloured, with numerous red coloured spots in the middle to the upper part of the outer surface; inferior pitchers short and narrow, 6-8 cm high, shortly curved in from the hanging tendril, rounded at the base on the average tubulous, somewhat ventricose in the lower part, infundibuliform in the upper part, 2-3 cm wide in the ventricose part, 2.0-2.5 cm wide in the middle, 1.5-2.0 cm wide around the mouth; mouth nearly round, oblique, curved in and acuminate towards the lid, or elongated into a neck 0.5-1.0 cm long; peristome incurved, 0.5-1.5 mm wide in front, 2-3 mm wide at some distance from the lid, dark red coloured; with 2 fringed wings over the whole length, the wings 2-3 mm wide, the fringe segments 2.0-2.5 mm long, shorter in the lower part of the wings, lower in the middle to upper part of the wings, about 1.0 mm apart; inner surface of the pitcher glandular in the lower 1/2; lid almost orbicular, subcordate, lid apex retuse, lid margin entire, glabrous, 1.5-2.0 cm long X 1.2-1.5 cm wide, flat, but the lower surface obtusely keeled in the basal part of the midrib, with scattered round rimmed nectar glands; spur 1, 3-4 mm long; superior pitchers infundibuliform, 6-7 cm high. Although [Nepenthes ' Suzue Kondo ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}] and [Nepenthes ' Nagoya ' {Hort. ex Kusakabe}] were obtained from the same parentage, they are quite different from each other. [Nepenthes ' Suzue Kondo ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}] resembles morphologically the maternal parent, [Nepenthes mixta {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}], small quantitative characters in this cultivar might be due to the paternal parent, [Nepenthes thorelii {Lecomte}]. [Nepenthes ' Suzue Kondo ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}] grows slowly but is very vigorous, and carries sufficient horticultural merit. This cultivar was introduced to a horticulturist in southern California in 1974, and it is expected to be propagated and dispersed to many growers in the world."
Standard: K.Kondo 1360 (NCU); original living plant (I.D.no. N-SU-12): Kondo Collection, Nagoya
Etymology: After relative of originator
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Tokuyoshi Kondo ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}]
P: Carniv.Pl.of the World:48 (1986)
S: =[[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]] * [Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}]]
B: M.Kondo & T.Sakai (acc. to Kusakabe), T.Kondo (acc. to K.Kondo), Nagoya, Fall 1970
Nominant: K.Kondo, Hiroshima, 1974
Registrant: K.Kondo
Transliteration: from Japanese
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Bull.Au.C.P.Soc.10(3):8 (1991)
"Sex not yet identified. Stem climbing, the section with adult leaves cylindrical, 0.5-1.0 cm in diameter, glabrous. Leaves elliptic to oblanceolate, 20-25 cm long X 4.0-5.5 cm wide, petiole 3-4 cm long, bases clasping 1/3-1/2's around the stem, apex acute to aristate, glabrous, 3 longitudinal veins on each side of the blades, parallel in the outer 1/2 of the blade; pennate veins numerous, running obliquely towards the margin from the midrib, leaf margin entire; tendrils the same size or shorter than the leaf blade, pitcher-bearing ones always with a curl, glabrous. Pitchers dimorphic, glabrous, yellowish light brown coloured, with numerous dark brown coloured spots in the whole part of the outer surface; inferior pitchers shortly incurved in from the tendril, short- ellipsoidal, well developed ones about 7 cm high, 5.5-6.0 cm wide, width under the mouth shorter than that of the widest middle part of the pitcher, with 2 fringed wings over the whole length, the wings 0.7-1.2 cm wide, the lower part wider than the upper part, the fringe segments filiform, 0.2-1.0 cm long, about 1.0 mm apart, sometimes absent in the lower part; mouth very oblique, curved in towards the lid, almost vertical near the lid and elongated into a short neck; peristome cylindrical up to 2.5 mm wide, light brown coloured, sometimes 6-10 dark brown coloured stripes; inner surface of the pitcher glandular in the lower 1/3; lid almost orbucular (sic!), about 3 cm long X about 1.7 cm wide, flat, yellowish light brown coloured, with scattered round rimmed numerous nectar glands, spur 1, filiform to a little flattened filiform, dark brown coloured, about 6 mm long: superior pitchers infundibuliform, about 10 cm high. The maternal parent plant, [Nepenthes ' St. Louis ' {G.H.Pring}], is a back-cross hybrid of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}] to the male plant, [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]. The 4/7 portion of the hybrid influence in [Nepenthes ' Tokuyoshi Kondo ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}] was given by [Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] according to the parentage combinations. Indeed, this cultivar resembles [Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] both morphologically and quantitatively. [Nepenthes ' Tokuyoshi Kondo ' {Kusakabe ex J. & P.Pietropaolo}] was bred for the distinct characteristic of the egg-shaped pitcher. It is quite vigorous in a regular orchid greenhouse, and has high horticultural merit."
Standard: K.Kondo 1361 (NCU); original living plant (I.D.no. M-SU-1): Kondo Collection, Nagoya
Etymology: After originator
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