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G: [Dismophyla {Raf.}]

P: Fl.Tellur.3:36 (1836)
TG: [Dismophyla binata {(Labill.) Raf.}]=[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: [Dismophyla binata {(Labill.) Raf.}]
P: Fl.Tellur.3:36 (1836)
BN: [Drosera binata {Labill.}]
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: ~[Drosera billardieri {Tratt. ex Steud.}]
P: Nom.2.ed.1:531 (1840)
SYN: [Drosera binata {Labill.}]
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: +[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
P: Nov.Holl.Pl.Spec.1:78 (1804)
T: cape Van Diemen, around Southport, Tas., AU, J.Labillardere s.n.(P)
CLA: CAR-NEP-DRO-DRO-PHY-PHY
L: AU, NZ
LFR:
133:
Southeast Australia
134:
Tasmania
135:
Southwest Australia
148:
New Zealand North Is.
149:
New Zealand N South Is.
150:
New Zealand S South Is.
151:
Chatham
XN: 32 {Behre}, 46 ut [Drosera pedata {Pers.}] {Sato}, (?64) {Kress}
XNP: Planta 7:208 (1929), Oguma Comm.Vol.Cytol.Gen.:25 (1948), Ber.Dt.Bot.Ges.83:60 (1970)
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image: drosera/D_binata: picture of plant
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N: ~[Drosera binata f. extrema {Hort. ex Gilbert}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.13:74 (1984)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
C: nom.nud., sub [var. multifida {Mazrimas}]
N: [Drosera binata f. multifida {(Hort.) Hort.Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:2 (1985)
BN: [Drosera binata var. multifida {Hort.}]
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: [Drosera binata f. pedata {(Pers.) Hort.Hinode-Kadan}]
P: 1.Cat.Carniv.Pl.:2 (1985)
BN: [Drosera pedata {Pers.}]
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: [Drosera binata var. dichotoma {(Banks & Soland. ex Sm.) Mazrimas}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.5:15 (1976)
BN: [Drosera dichotoma {Banks & Soland. ex Sm.}]
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: ~[Drosera binata var. multifida {Mazrimas}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.5:15 (1976)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Drosera binata var. rubra {Hort.Bull}]
P: List New Beautif. & Rare Pl.:V.4 (1878)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: [Drosera cunninghamii {Walp.}]
P: Repert.1:229 (1842)
T: N Island, NZ, R.Cunningham s.n. (K)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: [Drosera dichotoma {Banks & Soland. ex Sm.}]
P: Rees, Cyclop.:12 (1819)
T: N.S.W., AU, (?BM)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: ~[Drosera dichotoma var. longifolia {Hort.Bull}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.14:306 (1880)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Drosera dichotoma var. rubra {(Hort.Bull) Hort.Bull}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.14:306 (1880)
BN: [Drosera binata var. rubra {Hort.Bull}]
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Drosera dinata {Hort.}]
P: in sched. (1985)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: [Drosera flagellifera {Col.}]
P: Trans.N.Zeal.Inst.23:384 (1891)
T: S Dannevirke, Waipaua Co., NZ, 12. 1890, W.Colenso (?K)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: ~[Drosera intermedia {auct. non Hayne: Cunn.}]
P: Ann.Nat.Hist.4:110 (1840)
R: country interjacent to Kerikeri and Waimate rivers, N Island, NZ, 1833, R.Cunningham s.n. (K)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: ~[Drosera lineata {Hort.Van Houtte}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.13:716 (1880)
CN: [Drosera binata {Labill.}]
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: ~[Drosera ornata {H.R.D.}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.36:239 (1910)
CN: [Drosera binata {Labill.}]
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: ~[Drosera pedata {Pers.}]
P: Syn.1:337 (1815)
SYN: [Drosera binata {Labill.}]
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
N: $[Drosera ' Giant ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:140 (1998)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
Introducer: P.D'Amato
Nominant: P.D'Amato, 1998
HC: Registered 11. 6. 1999, not to be confused with [Drosera ' Florida Giant ' {D'Amato}]
Description: Savage Garden:140 (1998)
"this is one of the most massive of [Drosera {L.}]. The leaves are olive to bronzy yellow, with nearly transparent tentacles and pink glands. The wiry petioles can be 30 cm (one foot) in length, and the leaves branch from four to twelve points, sometimes 60 cm (two feet) in diameter. (...) A superb flycatcher, this species has a brief winter dormancy and is as cold-tolerant as [Drosera binata {Labill.}]. Outdoors in full sun, the leaves are colorful, smaller, and held erect. The flowers are white and best removed. The larger the pot, the more massive the plants become."
Standard: Savage Garden:141 (1998)
Etymology: after the size of the plant
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N: $[Drosera ' Marston Dragon ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:52 (1986)
S: =[Drosera binata {Labill.}]
B: A.Slack, Somerset, 1983
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
HC: Registered 29. 1. 2001 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:52 (1986)
"Hybrid seedlings between the varieties (of [Drosera binata {Labill.}]) are seldom satisfactory, and I was fortunate in selecting one solitary seedling in 1983 which has proved itself to be of exceptional quality, and which I have named [Drosera ' Marston Dragon ' {Hort.Slack}]. Its pendulous stems are up to 36 cm (14 1/4 inches) long and bearblades the segments of which are as wide as those of [Drosera binata var. dichotoma {(Banks & Soland. ex Sm.) Mazrimas}], and are the largest I have seen in this section. They divide irregularly into two to eight points and are the same yellowish green as in [Drosera dichotoma {Banks & Soland. ex Sm.}] (sic!), but the reddish pink tentacles render them more attractive. A curious characteristic of the blade is the manner in which the segments spread sideways, often to a great length, the points curving round and clutching the air like talons, the whole reminding one very much of the feet of a chinese dragon. The flowers are large and are borne on long straight scapes, but again hardly seem to suit the weeping habit, especially if the plant is in a hanging basket, and I always remove them. In every respect I advise the same treatment as for [Drosera binata f. extrema {Hort. ex Gilbert}] (nom.nud.)."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:105 (2000)
Etymology: after the originator's establishment Marston Exotics, Somerset, England
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