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N: ~[Nepenthes curtisii {auct. non Mast.: Adam & Wilcock}]
P: Sarawak Mus.J.50:150 (1996)
S: =[Nepenthes stenophylla {Mast.}]
N: ~[Nepenthes curtisii {auct. non Mast.: Lauffenburger}]
P: Guide to Nepenthes Hybr.:8 (1995)
S: =[[Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}] * [Nepenthes albomarginata {Lobb ex Lindl.}]]
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes albomax {Hort.Westphal}] but the latter name not published validly
N: [Nepenthes curtisii {Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.2:681 (1887)
T: ?Borneo (more probably Celebes!), ID, Curtis s.n. (K)
S: =[Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]
N: ~[Nepenthes curtisii subsp. zakriana {Adam & Wilcock}]
P: Sarawak Mus.J.50:151 (1996)
T: Mamut, Mt.Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo, MY, 21. 1. 1988, J.H.Adam, J.H.Adam & Aliosman 2431 (UKMS)
S: =[Nepenthes stenophylla {Mast.}]
N: ~[Nepenthes curtisii var. hybrida {Witte}]
P: Gartenfl.46:57 (1897)
T: ex cult. Hort.Bot. Leiden, NL, H.Witte (K)
S: =[[Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}] * ?[Nepenthes veitchii {Hook.f.}]]
C: infraspecific rank inappropriate for interspecific hybrid, ?later synonym of [Nepenthes tiveyi {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
N: [Nepenthes curtisii var. superba {Hort.Veitch ex Marshall}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.11:cv (1889)
T: ex cult. Veitch & Sons, UK, (?K)
S: =[Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]
N: ~[Nepenthes dayana {A.Truffaut ex M.J.Sallier}]
P: J.Soc.Nation.Hortic.Fr.3.ser.16:699 (1894)
T: nom.nov.[Nepenthes curtisii {Mast.}]
S: =[Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]
C: nom.superfl.
N: [Nepenthes maxima * albomarginata {Hort.Bednar}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:70 (1987)
SYN: [Nepenthes curtisii {Mast.}]
S: =[Nepenthes maxima Reinw. ex Nees}]
N: [Nepenthes maxima var. superba {(Hort.Veitch ex Marshall) Veitch}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.21:238 (1897)
BN: [Nepenthes curtisii var. superba {Hort.Veitch ex Marshall}]
S: =[Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]
N: ~[Nepenthes spectabilis {auct. non Danser: Hort. ex Hort.Bednar}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.16:69 (1987)
SYN: [Nepenthes curtisii {Mast.}]
S: =[Nepenthes maxima Reinw. ex Nees}]
N: [Nepenthes wittei {Veitch}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.21:238 (1897)
T: nom.nov.[Nepenthes curtisii var. hybrida {Witte}]
S: =[[Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}] * ?[Nepenthes veitchii {Hook.f.}]]
B: Witte, Leiden, 1897
C: ?later synonym of [Nepenthes tiveyi {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
N: [Nepenthes zakriana {(Adam & Wilcock) Adam & Hafiza}]
P: Internat.J.Bot.2:434 (2006)
BN: [Nepenthes curtisii subsp. zakriana {Adam & Wilcock}]
S: =[Nepenthes stenophylla {Mast.}]
N: $[Nepenthes ' Dr. John Macfarlane ' {Hort.Veitch ex Masters}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.45:25 (1909)
S: =[[Nepenthes sanguinea {Lindl.}] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]]
GR: Nobilis Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: Veitch, Chelsea, 1908
Nominant: Veitch
Registrant: Veitch
C: synonym of [Nepenthes nobilis {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Gard.Chron.3.ser.45:25 (1909)
"Our supplementary illustration represents a hybrid Nepenthes, raised by Messrs. James Veitch & Sons, from a cross between [Nepenthes sanguinea {Lindl.}] and [Nepenthes curtisii var. superba {Hort.Veitch ex Marshall}]. (...) The pitchers of [Nepenthes ' Dr. John Macfarlane ' {Hort.Veitch ex Masters}] have a shape similar to those of [Nepenthes curtisii {Mast.}], and are about 7 or 8 inches long. The cone of the body of the pitcher is brownish-red and there are splashings of a deeper colour, which add additional beauty. The in-terior of the pitcher, just below the handsome rim, is bright green, with frequent purple markings. The leaves are very broad, measuring as much as 5 or 6 inches across, a width greater than in the foliage of either parent. The plant bore five large pitchers and several smaller ones."
Standard: Gard.Chron.3.ser.45:suppl. ill. between pp. 24 & 25 (1909); (b/w line drawing)
Etymology: after J.M.Macfarlane, botanist
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Sanglant ' {Hort.Desloges}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.46:393 (1909)
S: =[[Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}] * [Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}]]
B: R.Jarry-Desloges, 83, Boulevard Hausmann, Remilly, 1905
Nominant: R.Jarry-Desloges
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes mixta {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: registration preliminary (standard missing)
Description: Gard.Chron.3.ser.46:393 (1909)
"(...) particularly [Nepenthes ' Remilly ' {Desloges}] and [Nepenthes ' Sanglant ' {Desloges}] have a reddish colouring which comes from the male plant. They were raised (...) from a cross between [Nepenthes curtisii var. superba {Hort.Veitch ex Marshall}], fer-tilised by the pollen of [Nepenthes northiana var. pulchra {Desloges}], a beautiful variety of [Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}]. The point of interest is that most of the seedlings have greenish pitchers, whilst few are reddish. The brown spotted , greenish pitchers are generally of a clearer shade than [Nepenthes curtisii var. superba {Hort.Veitch ex Marshall}] or [Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}]."
Etymology: (French: "bloody") after red colouration of pitchers
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Sir William Thiselton Dyer ' {Hort. ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.28:256 (1900)
S: =[[[Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes veitchii {Hook.f.}]]]
B: G.Tivey, Chelsea, 1900
Nominant: Veitch
Registrant: Veitch
C: synonym of [Nepenthes picturata {Hort. ex Gordon}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Gard.Chron.3.ser.28:256 (1900)
"It was raised as a cross out of [Nepenthes mixta {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}] * [Nepenthes dicksoniana {Lindsay ex Mast.}], (...). The general appearance of the pitcher is shown in our illustration (fig.76, p.257), the colour of the spots being purplish-brown on a green ground. As shown, it is larger than either of its parents. The finely ribbed rim is sometimes undulate, as in [Nepenthes mixta {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]; the wings have a fringe of fine brownish hairs, and the lid has not only the ordinary long, slender spur at the back, but also the hump-like process which is characteristic of [Nepenthes curtisii {Mast.}](...)."
Standard: Gard.Chron.3.ser.28:257 (1900); (b/w line drawing)
Etymology: in compliment to Sir W.T.Dyer, Director of Kew Gardens
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