Re: Nepenthes species

Date: Fri Feb 05 1999 - 17:42:31 PST

Date: Fri, 5 Feb 1999 18:42:31 -0700
Message-Id: <aabcdefg335$foo@default>
Subject: Re: Nepenthes species

On Fri, 5 Feb 1999 08:42:39 -0800 z_simkunasra@TITAN.SFASU.EDU writes:
>To all thoughs who know about Nepenthes,
> Which of these Nepenthes are highlanders or lowlanders?
Since I happened to have Jebb & Cheek next to the computer I thought
these might help. Lowlanders are generally considered to grow below
1000m and highlanders above 1000m. obviously there is some degree of
"intermediate" but the highland lowland concept can be useful if not
taken too seriously.

adnata, 100-1000m
argentii, 1400m
aristolochioides, 2000-2200m
borneensis, 1300-1880m
danseri, 0-300m
diatas, 2400-2600m
eustachya, 0-1600m
eymae, 1500-1800m
glabrata, 1600-2000m
hamata, 1400-2500m
lamii, 1460-3520m
macrophylla, 2000-2600m
mapuluensis, 700-800m
masoalensis, 30-400m
mikei, 1100-2400m
spathulata, 1500-2100m
sumatrana, 0-1000m

Rich Ellis, Boulder, CO ""

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