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N: +[Nepenthes bokorensis {Mey}]
P: Carniflora Australis 7:8 (2009)
T: Phnom Bokor, Kampot Prov., KH, 7. 12. 1968, M.Martin 1231bis (P 00686441)
CLA: CAR-NEP-NEP-NEP-NEP-NEP
L: KH
LFR:101:South Indochina
RLC: EN B2ab(iii)
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N: [Nepenthes leonardoi {S.McPherson, G.Bourke, J.Cervancia, M.Jaunzems & A.S.Robinson}]
P: Carniflora Australis 8:5 (2011)
T: close to summit of Schom-carp Peak, Narra Mun., Palawan, PH, 20. 11. 2010, G.Bourke, M.Jaunzems, J.Cervancia & S.McPherson SRM 5 (PPC)
S: =[Nepenthes deaniana {Macf.}]
RLC: CR (B2a)
N: $[Drosera ' Leo Bourke ' {G.Bourke}]
P: Carniflora Australis 7(3):4 (2010)
S: =[[[Drosera dielsiana {Exell & Laundon}] * [Drosera nidiformis {Debbert}]] * [Drosera natalensis {Diels}]]
B: G.Bourke, Corrimal, NSW, AU, 2004
Nominant: G.Bourke, 2010
Registrant: G.Bourke, 12. 6. 2010
HC: Registered 29. 6. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniflora Australis 7(3):4 (2010)
"It forms a large semi erect rosette of 6-9cm. The leaves are"
Standard: Carniflora Australis 7(3):4 (2010), only plant in center
Propagation: root or leaf cuttings
Etymology: after originator's grandfather
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Fat Boy ' {G.Bourke}]
P: Carniflora Australis 7(3):5 (2010)
S: =[Nepenthes ventricosa {Blanco}]
Introducer: ?, to AU, from PH in the 1980's
Nominant: G.Bourke, Corrimal, NSW, AU, 2010
Registrant: G.Bourke, 12. 6. 2010
HC: Registered 29. 6. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniflora Australis 7(3):5 (2010)
"[Nepenthes ' Fat Boy ' {G.Bourke}] (Figure 2) is a squat form of [Nepenthes ventricosa {Blanco}] originating from a selected clone of plants introduced into cultivation in Australia in the 1980's. There are numerous clones of [Nepenthes ventricosa {Blanco}] in Australia and across the world most of which are more elongated possibly originating from material collected at lower altitudes or possibly of hybrid origin. [Nepenthes ' Fat Boy ' {G.Bourke}] is easily distinguished from most clones by its broad squat pitchers which generally have a round pitcher opening often much smaller than the pitcher body. The lower pitchers are ivory to greenish in colour with a similar coloured peristome which often ages to red (Back cover). The inside of the pitcher also turns bright red to purple with age which is not always seen with other clones of [Nepenthes ventricosa {Blanco}] in cultivation. Upper pitchers are light green in colour with a green peristome."
Standard: Carniflora Australis 7(3):6, fig.2 & 32 (back cover) (2010)
Propagation: by cutting
Etymology: after pitcher shape (but original cultivar is female, i.e. technically not a "boy")
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Red Rocket ' {G.Bourke}]
P: Carniflora Australis 7(3):5 (2010)
S: =[Nepenthes alata {Blanco}]
Introducer: ?, to AU, from PH in the 1970's or 1980's
Nominant: G.Bourke, Corrimal, NSW, AU, 2010
Registrant: G.Bourke, 12. 6. 2010
HC: Registered 29. 6. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniflora Australis 7(3):5 (2010)
"[Nepenthes ' Red Rocket ' {G.Bourke}] (Figure 3) is a selected clone of [Nepenthes alata {Blanco}] introduced into cultivation in Australia in the 1970's or 1980's. The plant derives its name from its vigorous nature and its all over reddish colour and deep red upper and lower pitchers. Interestingly unlike many clones of [Nepenthes alata {Blanco}], [Nepenthes ' Red Rocket ' {G.Bourke}] (...) lacks an appendage under the lid of the pitcher.
Standard: Carniflora Australis 7(3):6, fig.3 (2010)
Propagation: by cutting
Etymology: after vigorous nature of plant and its colouration
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N: $[Utricularia ' Irene ' {G.Bourke}]
P: Carniflora Australis 7(3):7 (2010)
S: =[Utricularia uniflora {R.Br.}]
Introducer: G.Bourke, Corrimal, NSW, AU, from AU
Nominant: G.Bourke, 2010
Registrant: G.Bourke, 12. 6. 2010
HC: Registered 29. 6. 2011 {JS}
Description: Carniflora Australis 7(3):7 (2010)
"[Utricularia ' Irene ' {G.Bourke}] (Figure 4) is a selected clone of [Utricularia uniflora {R.Br.}] that produces white flowers with small violet blotches near the pallet of the lower lip. (...) Temperate conditions are preferred with damp to wet soil. This cultivar also flowers later in the season than other clones preferring mid to late summer."
Standard: Carniflora Australis 7(3):7, fig.4 (2010)
Propagation: by stolon division
Etymology: after introducer's grandmother
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