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N: ~[Drosera pusilla {auct. non H.B.K.: Maguire}]
P: Bull.Torr.Bot.Cl.75:642 (1948)
S: =[Drosera capillaris {Poir.}]
N: ~[Drosera pusilla {auct. non H.B.K.: R.Br. ex Hook.f.}]
P: Hook., J.Bot.2:407 (1840)
S: =[Drosera pygmaea {DC.}]
N: [Drosera pusilla {H.B.K.}]
P: Nov.Gen.Sp.5:305 (1821)
T: Atabapo R., VE, 5. 1800, A.v.Humboldt & A.Bonpland s.n. (P)
S: =[Drosera biflora {Willd. ex Roem. & Schult.}]
N: ~[Pinguicula antarctica {auct. non Vahl: Fernandez-Perez}]
P: Caldasia 9:17 (1964)
S: =[Pinguicula calyptrata {H.B.K.}]
N: ~[Pinguicula bakeriana {auct. non Sander: Sprague}]
P: Kew Bull.6:230 (1928)
S: =[Pinguicula macrophylla {H.B.K.}] /[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: [Pinguicula bakeriana {Sander}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.15:541 (1881)
T: Central America, MX, Sander s.n. (K)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: +[Pinguicula calyptrata {H.B.K.}]
P: Nov.Gen.Sp.2:183 (1817)
T: Loxa, Regno Novo Granat., CO, A.v.Humboldt & A.Bonpland 3319 (P)
CLA: AST-SCR-LEN-PIN-ISO-AMP
L: CO, EC
LFR:128:Northern Andes
XN: 16 {Casper & Stimper}
XNP: Pl.Syst.Evol.277:22 (2009)
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N: ~[Pinguicula caudata {auct. non Schlecht.: Hemsl.}]
P: Biol.Centr.Am.Bot.2:470 (1882)
S: =[Pinguicula macrophylla {H.B.K.}] /[Pinguicula oblongiloba {A.DC.}]
N: [Pinguicula caudata {Schlecht.}]
P: Linnaea 6:393 (1832)
T: Cuesta Grande de Chiconquiaco, Vera Cruz, MX, Schiede 74 (HAL)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: [Pinguicula caudata var. superba {Hort.Bennett-Poe ex Marshall}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.28:lii (1904)
T: ex cult., UK, (?K)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: ~[Pinguicula cuneata {F.E.Lloyd}]
P: Carniv.Pl.:106 (1942)
S: =?[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: [Pinguicula elliptica {Sesse & Mocino ex Casper}]
P: Biblioth.Bot.128:140 (1966)
T: MX, s.loc., Sesse & Mocino 243 (MA)
S: =?[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: [Pinguicula flos-mulionis {Morr.}]
P: Belg.Hortic.22:371 (1872)
T: Passo del Macho, Vera Cruz, MX, Morren s.n. (BR)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: [Pinguicula huilensis {Cuatr.}]
P: Caldasia 3:432 (1945)
T: Cordillera Central, Las Vegas, Valle, CO, Cuatrecasas 20253 (F 1366517)
S: =[Pinguicula calyptrata {H.B.K.}]
N: ~[Pinguicula kewensis {Waracek}]
P: Gartenwelt 18:87 (1914)
T: ex cult. Hort. Bot. Kew, UK (?K)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Pinguicula loxensis {Bonpland}]
P: Humboldt & Bonpland, Voy.4,2:22 (1806)
T: [Pinguicula calyptrata {H.B.K.}]
S: =[Pinguicula calyptrata {H.B.K.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: ~[Pinguicula macrophylla {auct. non H.B.K.: McVaugh & Mickel}]
P: Brittonia 15:135 (1963)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}] /[Pinguicula oblongiloba {A.DC.}]
N: +[Pinguicula macrophylla {H.B.K.}]
P: Nov.Gen.Sp.2:184 (1817)
T: S.Rosa, MX, A.v.Humboldt & A.Bonpland s.n. (P)
CLA: AST-SCR-LEN-PIN-TEM-ORC
L: MX
LFR: 64:Mexican Highlands
RLC: LR (lc)
XN: 22 {Greilhuber, Borsch, Mueller, Worberg, Porembski & Barthlott}
XNP: Pl.Biol.8:770 (2006)
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N: +[Pinguicula mesophytica {Zamudio Ruiz}]
P: Acta Bot.Mex.40:65 (1997)
T: Montecristo, dept. Santa Ana, SV, A.Molina R. & A.R.Molina 12601 (F)
S: =?[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
CLA: AST-SCR-LEN-PIN-TEM-ORC
L: GT, HN, SV
LFR:117:Central America
RLC: LR (cd)
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N: ~[Pinguicula mexicana {Bonpl. ex Casper}]
P: Biblioth.Bot.128:139 (1966)
T: [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: ~[Pinguicula mitla {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
CN: [Pinguicula mola {Powell}]nom.nud.
S: =[[Pinguicula gypsicola {Brandeg.}] * [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: ~[Pinguicula mola {Hort. ex Powell}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:110 (1987)
S: =[[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}] * [Pinguicula gypsicola {Brandeg.}]]
B: H.Weiner, Hameln, 1981
C: nom.nud., later synonym of [Pinguicula ' George Sargent ' {Hort.Slack}]
N: +[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
P: Nov.Gen.Sp.2:184 (1817)
T: near Moran, MX, A.v.Humboldt & A.Bonpland 4117 (P)
CLA: AST-SCR-LEN-PIN-TEM-ORC
L: MX, GT
LFR: 64:Mexican Highlands
RLC: LR (lc)
XN: 22, 44 ut [Pinguicula caudata {Schlecht.}] {Heitz}
XNP: Z.Bot.18:652 (1926)
C: according to Zamudio Ruiz (Acta Bot.Mex.49:26, 1999), the type was more probably collected near Real del Monte
image: pinguicu/0044: Botanical line drawing
image: pinguicu/isao82: multiple views of flowers
image: pinguicu/sj/70195: multiple views of flowers
image: pinguicu/sj/70197: comparison with P.gypsicola
image: pinguicu/sj/940521: Flower with moth (cultivation specimen)
image: pinguicu/loyd20: cultivated plant from Kirkbright, closeup of flower
image: pinguicu/loyd26: cultivated plant from Fraser, multiple views of flower
image: pinguicu/porch2pt: cultivated plant and flowers
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N: ~[Pinguicula moranensis f. caudata {(Schlecht.) Hort.Westphal}]
P: Plantarara Produkte:3 (2000)
BN: [Pinguicula caudata {Schlecht.}]
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: ~[Pinguicula moranensis var. alba {Hort.Weiner}]
P: in sched. (1985)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
C: nom.nud.
image: pinguicu/loyd9: closeup of flower
N: [Pinguicula moranensis var. caudata {(Schlecht.) Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
BN: [Pinguicula caudata {Schlecht.}]
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
image: pinguicu/loyd36: plant with flower
N: [Pinguicula moranensis var. mexicana {(Bonpl. ex Casper) Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
BN: [Pinguicula mexicana {Bonpl. ex Casper}]
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: [Pinguicula moranensis var. neovolcanica {Zamudio Ruiz}]
P: Acta Bot.Mex.49:27 (1999)
T: around the old mine of Moran, municipio Real del Monte, Barrio Escobar, Hidalgo, MX, 17. 8. 1993, S. Zamudio 9144 (IEB)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
RLC: LR (lc)
N: [Pinguicula moranensis var. rosei {(Watson) Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
BN: [Pinguicula rosei {Watson}]
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
image: pinguicu/loyd28: frontal flower
N: [Pinguicula moranensis var. superba {(Hort.Bennett-Poe ex Marshall) Hort.Weiner ex D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:213 (1998)
BN: [Pinguicula caudata var. superba {Hort.Bennett-Poe ex Marshall}]
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
image: pinguicu/loyd10: closeups of plant and flowers
N: ~[Pinguicula orchidioides {auct. non A.DC.: Hook.}]
P: Bot.Mag.72:tab.4231 (1846)
R: Real del Monte, MX, (K)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: [Pinguicula rosei {Watson}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.49:82 (1911)
T: MX, (K)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
N: [Pinguicula sodalium {Fourn.}]
P: Bull.Soc.Bot.France 20:67 (1873)
T: Pico de Orizaba, Vera Cruz, MX, Mueller 114 (P)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]

G: [Aranella {Raf.}]

P: Fl.Tellur.4:109 (1836)
TG: [Aranella fimbriata {(H.B.K.) Raf.}]=[Utricularia fimbriata {H.B.K.}]
N: ~[Aranella fimbriata {auct. non Raf.: Gleason}]
P: Bull.Torr.Bot.Cl.58:468 (1931)
S: =[Utricularia fimbriata {H.B.K.}] /[Utricularia longeciliata {A.DC.}]
N: [Aranella fimbriata {(H.B.K.) Raf.}]
P: Fl.Tellur.4:109 (1836)
BN: [Utricularia fimbriata {H.B.K.}]
S: =[Utricularia fimbriata {H.B.K.}]
N: ~[Utricularia fimbriata {auct. non H.B.K.: Fernandez-Perez}]
P: Caldasia 9:52 (1964)
S: =[Utricularia fimbriata {H.B.K.}] /[Utricularia simulans {Pilger}]
N: ~[Utricularia fimbriata {auct. non H.B.K.: Leon & Alain}]
P: Fl.Cuba 4:477 (1957)
S: =[Utricularia simulans {Pilger}]
N: +[Utricularia fimbriata {H.B.K.}]
P: Nov.Gen.Sp.2:225 (1818)
T: Apure, R.Orinoco, VE, A.v.Humboldt & A.Bonpland 860 (P)
CLA: AST-SCR-LEN-UTR-POL-ARN
L: CO, VE
LFR:120:Guayana
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N: [Utricularia gracilis {H.B.K.}]
P: Nov.Gen.Sp.2:225 (1818)
T: Havana, CU, A.Bonpland s.n. (P)
S: =[Utricularia gibba {L.}]
N: ~[Utricularia longeciliata var. rubrocalcarata {(Griseb.) Gomez}]
P: Anal.Hist.Nat.Madrid 19:264 (1890)
BN: [Polypompholyx laciniata var. rubrocalcarata {Griseb.}]
S: =[Utricularia fimbriata {H.B.K.}] /[Utricularia longeciliata {A.DC.}]
C: nom.nud.
N: $[Pinguicula ' George Sargent ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
S: =[[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}] * [Pinguicula gypsicola {Brandeg.}]]
B: G.A.Sargent, England, before 1986
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
"Mr. G.A. Sargent has crossed [Pinguicula moranensis var. caudata {(Schlecht.) Hort.Slack}] with [Pinguicula gypsicola {Brandeg.}]. The clone he gave me produces numerous rich lilac flowers over curiously bendy, strap-shaped leaves. The winter rosettes are enormous, and at that time they must be kept bone dry. [Pinguicula ' Hameln ' {Hort.Slack}] and [Pinguicula mitla {Hort.Slack}] are of the [[Pinguicula gypsicola {Brandeg.}] * [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]] ' Hamburg ' (sic!) cross, and both differ in their wider [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]-like foliage and in not producing the large winter rosettes of [Pinguicula ' George Sargent ' {Hort.Slack}]."
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:114 (1986)
Etymology: after the originator
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Hameln ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
S: =[[Pinguicula gypsicola {Brandeg.}] * [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]]
GR: Hamburg Group {Hort.Slack}
GRP: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
B: H.Weiner, Hameln, Germany, 1981
Nominant: H.Weiner
Registrant: A.Slack
C: synonym of [Pinguicula mola {Powell}] but latter name not published validly
HC: Registered 9. 10. 2002 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
"Mr. G.A. Sargent has crossed [Pinguicula moranensis var. caudata {(Schlecht.) Hort.Slack}] with [Pinguicula gypsicola {Brandeg.}]. The clone he gave me produces numerous rich lilac flowers over curiously bendy, strap-shaped leaves. The winter rosettes are enormous, and at that time they must be kept bone dry. [Pinguicula ' Hameln ' {Hort.Slack}] and [Pinguicula mitla {Hort.Slack}] are of the [[Pinguicula gypsicola {Brandeg.}] * [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]] ' Hamburg ' (sic!) cross, and both differ in their wider [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]-like foliage and in not producing the large winter rosettes of [Pinguicula ' George Sargent ' {Hort.Slack}]."
Standard: direct submission {Pierre Gelinaud}
Etymology: after the originator's locality
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Huahuapan ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
Introducer: A.Slack, from Huahuapan, Mexico
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
"(...) Thus, in [Pinguicula ' Mitla ' {Hort.Slack}] the purplish to carmine pink (corolla) lobes are so narrow as to give a spidery appearance; they are rather less so in [Pinguicula ' Huahuapan ' {Hort.Slack}], and of lilac pink with crimson touches at their base. In [Pinguicula ' Vera Cruz ' {Hort.Slack}] the flower is of similar form to [Pinguicula moranensis var. caudata {(Schlecht.) Hort.Slack}], but it is of deep rose with more substantial basal marking."
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
Etymology: after the locality from which the plants were collected
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N: $[Pinguicula ' John Rizzi ' {D'Amato}]
P: Savage Garden:212 (1998)
S: =[[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}] * [Pinguicula ?]]
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N: $[Pinguicula ' L'Hautil ' {L.Legendre & S.Lavayssiere}]
P: Internat.Pinguicula Stud.Group Newslett.3:8 (1993)
S: =[[[Pinguicula ehlersiae {Speta & Fuchs}] * [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]] * [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]]
B: L.Legendre, L'Hautil, 1991
Nominant: L.Legendre & S.Lavayssiere
Registrant: L.Legendre & S.Lavayssiere
C: later synonym of [Pinguicula ' Sethos ' {Hort.Slack}] and [Pinguicula ' Weser ' {Hort.Slack}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: IPSG Newslett.3:8 (1993)
"The leaf rosettes of both forms (two different clones of the same parentage considered as one cultivar) are relatively similar, except in size. It is therefore very natural to call one "grande forme" (sic!) (large form) and the other one, wouldn't you have guessed? "petite forme" (sic!) (small form). The heritage from both parents is straightforward. While the summer rosettes are the exact copy of those of [Pinguicula ' Sethos ' {Hort.Slack}], the winter rosettes are very compact like [Pinguicula ' Huahuapan ' {Hort.Slack}]. The plants bloom without any surprise at the end of winter. In early blooming stages they have a striking resemblance to the picture by Adrian Slack in his book "Indect Eating Plants", page 110 ( [Pinguicula ' Huahuapan ' {Hort.Slack}]). Any similarity disappears when the blooms open. Though the flowers of [Pinguicula ' L'Hautil ' {L.Legendre & S.Lavayssiere}] 'Petite Forme' (sic!) resemble the ones of [Pinguicula ' Sethos ' {Hort.Slack}], the flowers of 'Grande Forme' (sic!) consist of very large petals, partially overlapping. In both cases, the petals are slightly undulating, a heritage of [Pinguicula ' Huahuapan ' {Hort.Slack}]. The flowers of both forms display identical sets of colours. Their central core is light green. It gives rise to a white spot of 5 by 2 mm on the lower central petal. The central region of the base of both lateral lower petals is marked by two central white lines, 3-4 mm long, which are framed by dark violet lines. The rest of the petals are of a lighter, but still profound, violet colouration. The upper petals are characterised by the same violet tint, though they lack the white spots. The spur, 3 cm long, is almost straight, bending only slightly towards the floor. Tn the case of 'Grande forme', the flower is 3 cm high as well as wide. In 'Petite Forme' it is only 2 cm high and slightly less in width. Both forms bloom generously so that one can expect 2-4 consecutive flowers each year. Since both hybrids divide vegetatively while blooming, beautiful specimens having large floral displays can easily be obtained within a few years."
Standard: {Laurent Legendre}
Propagation: vegetative division
Etymology: after the place of origin of the artificial hybrid
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Libelulita ' {Rice & Salvia}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:83 (2002)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n3p83.html
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
Introducer: Botanical Conservatory at the University of California, Davis, USA, 1998, from S Mexico
Nominant: E.Salvia, Davis, USA, 18. 10. 2000
Registrant: B.Rice & E.Salvia, Davis, USA, 22. 4. 2002
HC: Registered 1. 4. 2003 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:83 (2002)
"This plant has already been mentioned in the pages of this journal (Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:55, 2000), when one of us (BMR) reported on how the only specimen we had of this plant nearly rotted to extinction.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.31:95 (2002)
Propagation: by vegetative means
Etymology: little dragonfly (Spanish)
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Mitla ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
Introducer: A.Slack, from Mitla, Mexico
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
HC: homonym of [Pinguicula mitla {Hort.Slack}], which is not considered to correspond to the cultivar by author (violating Art.19.6., ICNCP)
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
"(...) Thus, in [Pinguicula ' Mitla ' {Hort.Slack}] the purplish to carmine pink (corolla) lobes are so narrow as to give a spidery appearance; they are rather less so in [Pinguicula ' Huahuapan ' {Hort.Slack}], and of lilac pink with crimson touches at their base. In [Pinguicula ' Vera Cruz ' {Hort.Slack}] the flower is of similar form to [Pinguicula moranensis var. caudata {(Schlecht.) Hort.Slack}], but it is of deep rose with more substantial basal marking."
Etymology: after the locality from which the plants were collected
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Pirouette ' {J.Brittnacher, B.Rice & L.Song}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:17 (2000)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n1p14_21.html#pirouette
S: =[[Pinguicula agnata {Casper}] * [[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K}] * [Pinguicula ehlersiae {Speta & Fuchs}]]]
B: L.Song, Jr., ?1986
Nominant: J.Brittnacher, 2. 10. 1999
Registrant: B.Rice, Davis, USA, 20. 10. 1999
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 30. 3. 2000 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:17 (2000)
"Resulting from a cross made 14 October 1986, this plant has proven itself to be forgiving of cultivation errors and resilient to adverse growing conditions. Its flowers are attractive and clear pink, similar in general plan to [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}] but with more rounded petals, akin to those of [Pinguicula agnata {Casper}]. Mature plants are about 7 cm. in diameter and may produce a few blooms each year. It is the leaves that are the most striking feature of this plant - it has inherited the opalescent pinky-white foliage of [Pinguicula ehlersiae {Speta & Fuchs}]. In some growing conditions [Pinguicula ' Pirouette ' {J.Brittnacher, B.Rice & L.Song}] becomes so suffused with rich-pink or even red it looks remarkably like a chlorophyll-free saprophyte one might encounter deep in pine woods! Under moderate light, the leaves are very pale pink with a touch of light green. The leaves this plant produces during the dormant season are smaller and more succulent. Leaf cuttings are best taken with these leaves just before or as the summer leaves begin to emerge. The leaf cuttings root easily. This plant should not be propagated by seed if you wish to maintain the cultivar name attached to it. Its good looks and easy cultivation make [Pinguicula ' Pirouette ' {J.Brittnacher, B.Rice & L.Song}] an excellent beginners plant. If you want to try a carnivore on your windowsill, this might be the one to start with!"
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:18 (2000)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: because of the ruffled, delicate leaves reminiscent of a swirling ballerina
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Sethos ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
S: =[[Pinguicula ehlersiae {Speta & Fuchs}] * [Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]]
B: H.Weiner, Hameln, 1981
Nominant: H.Weiner
Registrant: A.Slack
C: simultaneous synonym of [Pinguicula ' Weser ' {Hort.Slack}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
"Of these (hybrids) I would mention [Pinguicula ' Sethos ' {Hort.Slack}] ([[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}] * [Pinguicula ehlersiae {Speta & Fuchs}]]), a fine, very floriferous clone with large orchid-purple flowers with a many-rayed mouth like a white star; [Pinguicula ' Weser ' {Hort.Slack}], of the same parentage and with rather similar flowers, has a solitary white streak down the central lower lobe and dark veins."
Standard: {Oliver Gluch}
Etymology: obscure (perhaps alluding to a Pharaoh)
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Titan ' {L.Song}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:11 (2001)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n1p14_21.html#pirouette
S: =[[Pinguicula agnata {Casper}] * ?[Pinguicula macrophylla {H.B.K.}]]
B: L.Song, Jr., Fullerton, USA, 17. 7. 1987
Nominant: L.Song, Jr., approximately 1998
Registrant: B.Rice, Davis, USA, 20. 10. 1999
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 5. 7. 2001 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:11 (2001)
"At its largest, the leaves of [Pinguicula ' Titan ' {L.Song}] can exceed the confines of a 15 cm (six inch) pot! The leaves resemble the pollen parents, in having a longer and more pronounced petiole than the leaves of the seed parent. However, the flower shape definitely favors the seed parent, but the blue edges have been replaced with an even magenta glow. A slight fragrance is also evident. It forms a large subterranean hibernaculum, but has a relatively short dormant period. [Pinguicula ' Titan ' {L.Song}] is very vigorous and easy to grow. It survives on store shelves longer than all other carnivorous plants, flowering there even after Venus Flytraps, sundews, and [Sarracenia {L.}] have died."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.30:12 (2001)
Propagation: vegetative only
Etymology: both to indicate the plants large size and to commemorate the nickname for California State University, Fullerton
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Vera Cruz ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
S: =[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}]
Introducer: A.Slack, from Vera Cruz, Mexico
Nominant: A.Slack
Registrant: A.Slack
HC: registration preliminary (standard missing)
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:110 (1986)
"(...) Thus, in [Pinguicula ' Mitla ' {Hort.Slack}] the purplish to carmine pink (corolla) lobes are so narrow as to give a spidery appearance; they are rather less so in [Pinguicula ' Huahuapan ' {Hort.Slack}], and of lilac pink with crimson touches at their base. In [Pinguicula ' Vera Cruz ' {Hort.Slack}] the flower is of similar form to [Pinguicula moranensis var. caudata {(Schlecht.) Hort.Slack}], but it is of deep rose with more substantial basal marking."
Etymology: after the locality from which the plants were collected
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Weser ' {Hort.Slack}]
P: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
S: =[[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}] * [Pinguicula ehlersiae {Speta & Fuchs}]]
B: H.Weiner, Hameln, 1981
Nominant: H.Weiner
Registrant: A.Slack
C: simultaneous synonym of [Pinguicula ' Sethos ' {Hort.Slack}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:113 (1986)
"Of these (hybrids) I would mention [Pinguicula ' Sethos ' {Hort.Slack}] ([[Pinguicula moranensis {H.B.K.}] * [Pinguicula ehlersiae {Speta & Fuchs}]]), a fine, very floriferous clone with large orchid-purple flowers with a many-rayed mouth like a white star; [Pinguicula ' Weser ' {Hort.Slack}], of the same parentage and with rather simiar flowers, has a solitary white streak down the central lower lobe and dark veins."
Standard: Insect-Eat.Pl. & How to Grow Them:114 (1986)
Etymology: after the river at originator's locality
image: pinguicu/pxweser: flowering plant
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