Query results: All matching fields


N: ~[Nepenthes balfouriana {auct. non Hort.Veitch ex Mast.: Lauffenburger}]
P: Guide to Nepenthes Hybr.:9 (1995)
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]
N: [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.1872:542 (1872)
T: ex cult. Veitch & Sons, UK, (?K)
S: =[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: J.Seden, Chelsea, 1871
C: priority for parentage
N: [Nepenthes chelsonii var. excellens {Hort.Veitch}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.25:cx (1901)
T: ex cult. Veitch & Sons, UK, (?K)
S: =[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: G.Tivey, Chelsea, 1900
N: ~[Nepenthes chelsonii var. excelsa {Hort.Graf}]
P: Exotica 1.ed.:555 (1957)
CN: [Nepenthes chelsonii var. excellens {Veitch}]
S: =[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: ~[Nepenthes courtii {auct. non Hort.Veitch ex Wilson: Lauffenburger}]
P: Guide to Nepenthes Hybr.:8 (1995)
S: =[[Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]
N: [Nepenthes courtii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.8:441 (1877)
T: ex cult. Veitch & Sons, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Nepenthes gracilis {Korth.}] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Dominiana Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: W.Court, Chelsea, 1877
C: priority for parentage
N: [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]
P: Gard.Chron.1862:398 (1862)
T: ex cult. Veitch & Sons, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
GR: Dominiana Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: J.Dominy, Exeter, 1862; 1858 (according to Y.Fukatsu)
C: priority for parentage
N: [Nepenthes dominiana var. intermedia {Veitch}]
P: J.Roy.Hort.Soc.21:243 (1887)
T: ex cult. Veitch & Sons, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
GR: Dominiana Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: W.Court, Chelsea, 1877
N: ~[Nepenthes dominii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.1872:360 (1872)
CN: [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: ~[Nepenthes dominii var. viridis {Hort. ex Lindsay}]
P: Trans.Proc.Bot.Soc.Edinb.18:237 (1891)
S: =?[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
C: nom.nud.
N: [Nepenthes dominyea {Rafarin}]
P: Rev.Hortic.40:268 (1869)
CN: [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr.
N: ~[Nepenthes edinensis {Hort.Lindsay ex Dixon}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.3:170 (1888)
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: Lindsay, RBG Edinburgh, 1883
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
N: [Nepenthes formosa {Hort.Veitch}]
P: Kew Bull.1896:50 (1896)
T: ex cult. Veitch & Sons, UK, (K)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [Nepenthes distillatoria {L.}]]
B: Veitch, Chelsea, 1895
C: priority for parentage
N: +[Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]
P: DC., Prodr.17:99 (1873)
T: Lawas River, MY, Low s.n. (K)
CLA: CAR-NEP-NEP-NEP-NEP-NEP
L: ID (Borneo), MY, BN
LFR:103:Borneo
RLC: LR (cd)
text: nepenthe/dansermg/dans27.htm: Description in DANSER
image: Check Bob Ziemer's Photo Finder
N: [Nepenthes hirsuta var. glabrata {Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.36:50 (1908)
T: Sarawak, Borneo, MY, Lobb 92 (K)
S: =[Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]
N: [Nepenthes hirsuta var. glabrescens {W.G.Sm.}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.17:398 (1882)
T: LK, ex cult. Glasnevin, IE, (?DBN)
S: =[Nepenthes distillatoria {L.}]
C: originally from LK although author is convinced of opposite
N: [Nepenthes hirsuta var. rubra {(auct. non Hort. ex Rafarin: Nichols.) Veitch}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.12:561 (1892)
BN: [Nepenthes rubra {auct. non Hort.Veitch ex Wilson: Nichols.}]
S: =[Nepenthes distillatoria {L.}]
C: sub [var. glabrescens {W.G.Sm.}]
N: ~[Nepenthes hirsuta var. typica {Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.36:50 (1908)
T: [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]
S: =[Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]
N: [Nepenthes hispida {G.Beck}]
P: Wien.Ill.Gart.Z.20:187 (1895)
T: Lawas River, MY, Low s.n. (K)
S: =[Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]
N: [Nepenthes hoelscheri {Bonst.}]
P: Parey, Blumeng.1.ed.1:666 (1931)
T: ex cult. Bot. Garden Goettingen, DE, (?GOET)
S: =[[[Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * [[Nepenthes gracilis {Korth.}] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]] * [Nepenthes distillatoria {L.}]]
B: C.Bonstedt, Goettingen, 1931
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Nepenthes hookeriana {auct. non Low: Hort. ex Hort.Bednar}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.14:106 (1985)
S: =[[Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}]]
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]
N: ~[Nepenthes hybrida var. elongata {auct. non Hort.Veitch ex Wilson: G.Beck}]
P: Wien.Ill.Gart.Z.20:221 (1895)
S: =[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * ?[Nepenthes gracilis {Korth.}]]
C: synonym of [Nepenthes courtii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
N: ~[Nepenthes hybrida var. elongata {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.8:441 (1877)
T: ex cult. Veitch & Sons, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Nepenthes gracilis {Korth.}] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Dominiana Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: W.Court, Chelsea, 1877
C: sub [var. maculata {Hort.Veitch ex Dombrain}], synonym of [Nepenthes courtii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
N: ~[Nepenthes intermedia {Hort.Veitch ex Williams}]
P: Gard.Chron.2.ser.3:118 (1875)
T: ex cult. Chelsea, UK, (?K)
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
GR: Dominiana Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: W.Court, Chelsea, 1877
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]
N: ~[Nepenthes intermedia var. hybrida {Hort.}]
P: Hamb.Gart. & Blumen Z.35:344 (1879)
CN: [Nepenthes intermedia {Hort.Veitch ex Williams}]
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
C: sphalm.typogr., later synonym of [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]
N: ~[Nepenthes irregulata {Hort.Milauskas}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.23:4 (1994)
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]]]
C: nom.nud., later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
N: [Nepenthes leptochila {Danser}]
P: Bull.Jard.Bot.Buitenz.3.ser.9:319 (1928)
T: G.Djempanga, Res. SE div., Kalimantan, ID, 9. 1912, Amdjah 730 (?BO)
S: =[Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]
image: nepenthe/lepto1: Closeup of pitchers.
text: nepenthe/dansermg/dans32.htm: Description in DANSER
N: [Nepenthes neglecta {Macf.}]
P: Pflanzenr.36:58 (1908)
T: Labuan, MY, 1867, Low s.n. (K)
S: =[Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]
text: nepenthe/dansermg/dans39.htm: Description in DANSER
N: ~[Nepenthes nephelophyllum {Hort.Palmengarten Frankfurt ex Hort.Westphal}]
P: Carniv.Bestandsl.:4 (1991)
S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
C: nom.nud., later synonym of [Nepenthes dominiana {Veitch}]
N: [Nepenthes obrieniana {Linden & Rodigas}]
P: Ill.Hortic.37:109 (1890)
T: Borneo, MY, 1890, E.Rodigas (?BR)
S: =?[[[Nepenthes gracilis {Korth.}] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]] * [Nepenthes distillatoria {L.}]] /[Nepenthes gracilis {Korth.}] /[Nepenthes mirabilis {(Lour.) Rafarin}]
B: Linden & Rodigas, 1890
C: nomen ambiguum, /possible later synonym of [Nepenthes rufescens {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
N: ~[Nepenthes rufescens {auct. non Hort.Veitch ex Mast.: Lauffenburger}]
P: Guide to Nepenthes Hybr.:15 (1995)
S: =[[[Nepenthes gracilis {Korth.}] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes courtii {Hort.Veitch ex Wilson}]
N: [Nepenthes rufescens {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
P: Gard.Chron.3.ser.4:669 (1888)
T: ex cult. Veitch & Sons, UK, (?K)
S: =[[[Nepenthes gracilis {Korth.}] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]] * [Nepenthes distillatoria {L.}]]
B: W.Court, Chelsea, 1888
C: priority for parentage
N: ~[Nepenthes smithii {G.Beck}]
P: Wien.Ill.Gart.Z.20:188 (1895)
SYN: [Nepenthes hirsuta var. glabrescens {W.G.Sm.}]
S: =[Nepenthes distillatoria {L.}]
N: ~[Nepenthes ventrisuta {Hort.Westphal}]
P: in sched. (1997)
S: =[[Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes ventricosa {Blanco}]]
C: nom.nud., priority for parentage
N: ~[Nepenthes weigneri {Hort.Bednar}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.22:98 (1993)
S: =[[?[Nepenthes smilesii {Hemsl.}] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
B: B.L.Bednar & Weigner, 1985
C: nom.nud., priority for supposed parentage
N: $[Nepenthes ' Director George T. Moore ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:32 (1950)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:12 (1979)
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:32 (1950)
"Pitchers subcylindric, 5 inches long, 2 inches broad at base, 1 1/2 inches above, purplish-red with green marmora- tions; pitcher wings prominent, 3/4 inch broad, same color and markings as the pitchers, marginal spines purple; rim prominently purple-lined, darker toward lid; lid green-spotted. Leaves 16-18 inches long from the base of the blade to the extended pitchers, blade 2-2 1/2 inches wide."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:30 (1950) (b/w)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: after the director of Missouri Botanical Garden, G.T.Moore
image: nepenthe/dgtmoore: Standard of 'Director George T. Moore'
image: Check Bob Ziemer's Photo Finder
N: $[Nepenthes ' Dr. D. C. Fairburn ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:33 (1950)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:33 (1950)
"Pitcher subcylindric, 4-5 inches long, 1 1/2 inches in diameter, ridged above the middle, pale green flushed with pinkish toward the top; pitcher wings narrow, margins practically spineless, rim red, green toward the lid; lid green with slightly colored veins. Leaves to extended pitcher 20-22 inches long, width of blade 3-3 1/2 inches."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:31 (1950); (b/w)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: after the orchidologist at Missouri Botanical Garden, David C.Fairburn
image: nepenthe/ddcfairb: Standard photo
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Dr. Edgar Anderson ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:33 (1950)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:10 (1979)
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:33 (1950)
"Pitchers cylindric, with long neck, 5-6 inches long, 1 1/2-2 inches wide at base, 1 1/2 inches above, light green flushed with pink; pitcher wings prominent at base, practically spineless, lids and rim green. Leaves to extended pitcher 18-20 inches long, blade 3-4 inches wide."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:35 (1950); (b/w)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: after the geneticist at Missouri Botanical Garden, E.Anderson
image: nepenthe/deanders: Standard photo
image: Check Bob Ziemer's Photo Finder
N: $[Nepenthes ' Gerald Ulrici ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:34 (1950)
S: =[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:12 (1979)
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:34 (1950)
"Vigorous-growing plant. Pitchers large, 6 inches high, 3 inches wide at the swollen base; neck 3 inches high, 1 3/4 inches wide, pale green with reddish veins; pitcher wings prominent, 1/2 inch wide, greenish in the lower portion, pinkish toward the rim, marginal hairs 1/8 inch long; lid suberect, spotted red below, above with red veins, terminating in a green spur 1/2 inch long; rim pea-green and corrugated. Leaves leathery, extending 24-28 inches in length, blade 3 inches wide, 16-17 inches long; petiole 10-12 inches long. Stem mottled purple."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:33 (1950)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: after the business manager/secretary at Missouri Botanical Garden, G.Ulrici
image: nepenthe/gulrici: Standard photo
image: Check Bob Ziemer's Photo Finder
N: $[Nepenthes ' Henry Shaw ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:35 (1950)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:12 (1979)
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:35 (1950)
"Pitchers somewhat pear-shaped, bulbose up to ridge and gradually tapering towards rim, 4 1/2-5 inches long, basal portion up to 2 1/2 inches in diameter, 2 inches in diameter above ridge, light green irregularly spotted with purple-red; pitcher wings marked like the pitcher, marginal hairs short; rim green, with purple stripes; lid green, with minute purple spots on the medial arched veins on the under-side, top purple-veined. Leaves 13-15 inches long from the base to the pitcher, width of blade 2 1/4-2 1/2 inches."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:34 (1950); (b/w)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: after the founder of Missouri Botanical Garden, H.Shaw
image: nepenthe/hshaw: Standard photo
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Hortulanus Otten ' {A.Vogel}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:20 (2004)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v33n1p19_22.html#Otten
S: =[[Nepenthes bicalcarata {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
B: A.Vogel, Leiden, NL, 1995
Nominant: A.Vogel
Registrant: A.Vogel, 5. 12. 2002
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 8. 9. 2004 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:20 (2004)
" This cultivar is distinguished by its very robust lower pitchers which measures about 18 cm (7 inches) in length, and the opening of the mouth is between 6 and 8 cm (2.5-3 inches) wide. The interior of the pitchers is almost lime green and the typical teeth of [Nepenthes bicalcarata {Hook.f.}] are well presented. The entire exterior of the pitcher is lime green with brown hairs which presents a dark golden glow in full light, and the pitcher wings are well formed. The upper pitchers are somewhat smaller but with the same external texture, are more bulging, and narrow towards the tendril, the latter being covered with long brown hairs. The pitcher's lid is slightly more rounded than the lid of the lower pitcher."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.33:21 (2004)
Propagation: vegetatively
Etymology: after K.Otten, former curator of the Botanic Garden in Ghent, BE
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Joseph Cutak ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:34 (1950)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:34 (1950)
"Pitchers somewhat egg-shaped, narrowed toward apex, green, including rim and lid; pitcher wings prominent, 1/2 inch wide, with marginal spines 1/4 inch long. Leaves to extended pitchers 22-26 inches long, blade 2-3 inches broad, very dark green, new growth purplish."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:34 (1950); (b/w)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: after the succulent grower at Missouri Botanical Garden, J.Cutak
image: nepenthe/jcutak: Standard photo
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Katharine Moore ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:32 (1950)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Dominiana Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:12 (1979)
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:32 (1950)
"Pitchers somewhat egg-shaped, narrowed toward apex, green, including rim and lid; pitcher wings prominent, 1/2 inch wide, with marginal spines 1/4 inch long. Leaves to extended pitchers 22-26 inches long, blade 2-3 inches broad, very dark green, new growth purplish."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:32 (1950); (b/w)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: ?after a relative of the director of Missouri Botanical Garden, G.T.Moore
image: nepenthe/kmoore: Standard photo
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Lieut. R. Bradford Pring ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:32 (1950)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:32 (1950)
"Resembles its parent [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}] in being very strong-growing. Pitchers pear-shaped, 6-7 inches long, 2-2 1/2 inches broad in the basal portion, 1 1/2-2 inches above, reddish-purple at first, show-ing green marmorations with age; pitcher wings prominent, with long purple hairs of the same shade as the pitchers; rim very dark reddish-purple; lid reddish-purple with darker spots on the under-side. Leaves to extended pitchers 24-24 inches long, blade 2 1/3-3 inches broad; petiole 10-12 inches long."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:30 (1950); (b/w)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: after the originator's relative, R.B.Pring
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Nell Horner ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:35 (1950)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:11 (1979)
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:35 (1950)
"Pitcher egg-shaped to pear-shaped, without the prom- inent neck, 4 inches or more high, lower half 2 inches in diameter, pale green flushed with pink, veins conspicuously pinkish toward the neck; pitcher wings 1/2 inch wide, with prominent reddish marginal hairs; lid never erect, purple-spotted on the under-side and flushed with purple on the upper, with a prominent green spur; rim green and corrugated. Leaves to extended pitcher 14-16 inches long; blade 3 inches broad, irregularly denticulate on the margins; petiole 2-3 inches long."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:35 (1950); (b/w)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: after the librarian/editor at Missouri Botanical Garden, N.Horner
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Spali ' {Hort.Nakagawa ex Y.Fukatsu}]
P: List of Nepenthes Hybr.:6 (1999)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
B: Y.Nakagawa (Ikeda), Aichi, 7. 11. 1982
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes ' Supari ' {Hort.Nakagawa ex Lauffenburger}]
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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N: $[Nepenthes ' St. Louis ' {G.H.Pring}]
P: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:33 (1950)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes ampullaria {Jack}]]] * [[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]]
GR: Chelsonii Group {Fleming}
GRP: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.8:12 (1979)
B: G.H.Pring, Missouri Bot.Gard., 1943
Nominant: G.H.Pring
Registrant: G.H.Pring
C: later synonym of [Nepenthes chelsonii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]
HC: Registered 10. 11. 1998 {JS}
Description: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:33 (1950)
"Pitchers pear-shaped, dark blood-red when young, lighter in age, sparsely green-mottled, 4 inches long, 2 inches wide at base, 2 1/2 inches wide above; pitcher wings prominent, green, mottled reddish-purple, 1/4-1/2 inch broad; marginal spines prominent;rim deep purplish-red toward lid; lid green-spotted and splashed with purple. Leaves 18-22 inches long, blades 2-3 inches wide."
Standard: Mo.Bot.Gard.Bull.38:31 (1950); (b/w)
Propagation: clonal
Etymology: after the originator's institution at St.Louis, Mo.
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N: $[Nepenthes ' Supari ' {Hort.Nakagawa ex Lauffenburger}]
P: Guide to Nepenthes Hybr.:16 (1995)
S: =[[[[Nepenthes northiana {Hook.f.}] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * [Nepenthes maxima {Reinw. ex Nees}]] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
B: Y.Nakagawa (Ikeda), Aichi, 7. 11. 1982
C: priority for parentage
HC: name not established (no description, violating Art.24.1., ICNCP)
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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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