The plant known as "red hairy hamata" or "hairy hamata" was described in 2020 as N. diabolica. However, there is on the market another hairy form, which is not N. diabolica but likely just a hairier form of N. hamata, so keep in mind the possible misunderstandings.

   

AW1

Sex: single clone

Origin: Mt. Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: photo by JMatt.


AW2

Sex: single clone

Origin: Mt. Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: photo by RL7836.


AW3

Sex: single clone

Origin: Mt. Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes:


AW4

Sex: single clone

Origin: Mt. Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes:


BE3280

Sex: batch

Origin: Sulawesi

Notes: from 2 clones, previously sold as BE0158. BE says: These plants originate from a different mountain (as yet undisclosed) from any Nepenthes hamata released before. 


BE3082

Sex: batch

Origin: Mt Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: furry form. Individuals from seed


BE3081

Sex: batch

Origin: Mt. Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: assorted clones


AWham

Sex:

Origin: Mt. Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes:


AWham-kat

Sex:

Origin: Mt. Katopasa, Sulawesi

Notes: despite having hairier pitchers than the typical form, this is not the same as the so-called “hairy hamata”.


NE13

Sex: batch

Origin: Mt. Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: 15-20 clones


BE3382

Sex: batch

Origin: Central Sulawesi

Notes: hairy, red form. 87 clones


BE3380

Sex: male

Origin: Mt. Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: BE says: This item differs from BE3715 in that they are derived from microprop and BE3715 are from nursery cuttings, otherwise they are genetically identical. 


EPa

Sex:

Origin:

Notes:

     
       

BE3268

Sex: batch

Origin: Mt Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: batch of clones, furry form


BE3381

Sex: single clone

Origin: Mt Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: furry form


BE3495

Sex: single clone

Origin: Mt Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: BE says: This Mt Lumut form is of a different clone to that sold under BE3380 and comes from a different seed collection.


BE3715

Sex: single clone

Origin: Mt Lumut, Sulawesi

Notes: propagated at BE from cuttings


BE3975

Sex: batch

Origin:

Notes: batch of many clones. BE says: believed to be the first ever horticulturally produced N. hamata from a sustainable source. A few plants of this item were released as seed-grown plants several years ago. The parent plants both originate from a different mountain from any other N. hamata on the market.


BE4015

Sex: single clone

Origin:

Notes: BE says: this is the ‘red hairy hamata’, it's our clone No. 26 out of microprop and was selected from amongst all others for being the most vigorous.




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