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N: +[Heliamphora glabra {(Maguire) Nerz, Wistuba & Hoogenstrijd}]
P: Taublatt 54:58 (2006)
BN: [Heliamphora heterodoxa var. glabra {Maguire}]
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-HEL-HEL-HEL
L: VE (Serra do Sol)
LFR:120:Guayana
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N: +[Heliamphora pulchella {Wistuba, Carow, Harbarth & Nerz}]
P: Taublatt 53/3:42 (2005)
PW: www.carnivoren.org/de/gfp/mitteilungsorgane/taublatt/artikel/53_01_wistuba_carow_nerz_harbart-heliamphora_pulchella.pdf
T: Eruoda-tepui, Chimanta, VE, 1989, Pruski & Huber 3569 (VEN255566)
CLA: ERI-ERI-SAR-HEL-HEL-HEL
L: VE (Mt.Chimanta-tepui)
LFR:120:Guayana
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N: +[Nepenthes mantalingajanensis {Nerz & Wistuba}]
P: Taublatt 59:17 (2007)
T: Mt.Mantalingajan summit region, Palawan, PH, cult. e seminibus, J.Nerz & A.Wistuba P001 (TUB)
CLA: CAR-NEP-NEP-NEP-NEP-NEP
L: PH
LFR:104:Philippines
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N: ~[Pinguicula ehlersiae var. albiflora {Hort.Debbert ex Duschek}]
P: Taublatt 1993, 2:27 (1993)
S: =[Pinguicula ehlersiae {Speta & Fuchs}]
C: nom.nud.
N: $[Dionaea ' Green Dragon ' {M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl}]
P: Taublatt 51:25 (2005)
S: =[Dionaea muscipula {Soland. Ex Ellis}]
B: unknown
Nominant: anonymus ex M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl, Ahaus & Moenchengladbach, DE
Registrant: M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl, 19. 4. 2005
C: offered misleadingly as [Dionaea ' Akai Ryu ' {R.Gagliardo}]
HC: Registered 24. 11. 2005 {JS}
Description: Taublatt 51:25 (2005) (in German)
"(...) e.g. again and again one receives plants that display green margins even in adult leaves and under intense sunlight. In this case we are dealing with [Dionaea ' Green Dragon ' {M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl}]."
Standard: Taublatt 51:25 (2005)
Etymology: after the colouration of the plants
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N: $[Dionaea ' Holland Red ' {M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl}]
P: Taublatt 51:21 (2005)
S: =[Dionaea muscipula {Soland. Ex Ellis}]
B: a commercial breeder in the Netherlands, 1970s
Nominant: anonymus ex M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl, Ahaus & Moenchengladbach, DE
Registrant: M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl, 19. 4. 2005
HC: Registered 24. 11. 2005 {JS}
Description: Taublatt 51:21 (2005) (in German)
"[Dionaea ' Holland Red ' {M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl}] grows like the nominate form. This plant follows the already described annual cycle. The plant starts in spring with the first set of prostrate leaves with short petioles, after flower these are followed by long petiolate mid- summer leaves, to form the last set of wider short petiolate winter leaves in late summer or autumn. The leaf rosette reaches a diameter of ca. 10 cm and individual traps may attain a size of up to ca. 3 cm. The red colouration of the leaves depends, however, strongly on light conditions. Only plants exposed to full sunlight colour more or less intensely red or red-brown. In winter the plants frequently get green leaf margins or even whole plant portions that do not receive sufficient light remain dark green. As soon as the plants are exposed to more intense sunlight, the colour begins to change to typical again."
Standard: Taublatt 51:20&21 (2005)
Propagation: by seed or vegetatively
Etymology: after the location of the nursery that first made the plants available and after the colouration of the plants
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N: $[Dionaea ' Red Burgundy ' {M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl}]
P: Taublatt 51:22 (2005)
S: =[Dionaea muscipula {Soland. Ex Ellis}]
B: unknown, 1970s, more intensely propagated since 1996
Nominant: anonymus ex M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl, Ahaus & Moenchengladbach, DE
Registrant: M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl, 19. 4. 2005
HC: Registered 24. 11. 2005 {JS}
Description: Taublatt 51:22 (2005) (in German)
"The intensely dark red colouration has baptized [Dionaea ' Red Burgundy ' {M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl}]. The comparatively strong and rapid (for a red cultivar) growth, the trapping leaves up to 5 cm large, and the up to 15 cm long petioles of the summer rosette are typical characteristics. The unusual dark red colour intensity makes this cultivar so exceptional. Even under normal light conditions the plant attains full colouration, which reaches an optimum with increasing sunlight and temperatures. At the end of summer and under corresponding growth conditions the plant colours particularly strongly dark red (burgundy). The winter leaves appearing in autumn are short petioled and wider. Smaller traps are formed and the red colouration retreats due to enhanced chlorophyll production."
Standard: Taublatt 51:22 (2005)
Propagation: by seed or vegetatively
Etymology: after the colouration of the plants
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VN: ["Taublatt" {}]
S: see Drosophyllum