BE3203

Sex: batch

Origin: Mt. Pasian, Mindanao, Philippines, 1700 m.

Notes: Robert Cantley (Borneo Exotics) says: “On Mt. Pasian we found two forms of N. truncata, also flowering at different times of the year. One was colorful but not black, it entered the market as N. truncata “Pasian” or as N. truncata “highland” (although other nearby mountains also host N. truncata) and it's BE3203, previously sold in 43 clones as BE0136. The other form, the black one, was nearly extinct because of devastating logging activities in the surrounding forest. We have been there in the late 1990s and this form is now believed to be extinct in the wild. The 9 specimens we had (3 of which were given away) were raised from seed in our nurseries and they remained the only ones in cultivation until we made the cross QoH x KoS in 2009, sold with the code BE3307”. This black variety has been described as the new species N. robcantleyi in december 2011.


BE3202

Sex: batch

Origin: Philippines

Notes: from 3 clones, lowland form


AWtruncr

Sex:

Origin: Philippines

Notes: sold as highland form


AWtruncp

Sex:

Origin: Mt. Pasian, Mindanao, Philippines, 1700 m

Notes: highland form


AWtrunc

Sex:

Origin: Philippines

Notes:


NE31A

Sex: batch

Origin: ? X ?

Notes: 2-3 clones, from seeds donated by EP


NE31A3

Sex: batch

Origin: ? X ?

Notes: 2-3 clones, from seeds donated by EP


NEP69

Sex: batch

Origin: Philippines

Notes: 2 clones, lowland form


EPa

Sex:

Origin: Philippines

Notes: typical form, lowers 40 cm+, intermediate


EPb

Sex:

Origin: Philippines

Notes: red peristome


EPc

Sex: batch

Origin: ? X ?

Notes: intermediate, individuals from seed


EPd

Sex: batch

Origin: ? X ?

Notes: nicknamed “Red Flush”, varying amounts of red on the pitchers, intermediate, individuals from seed



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