BE3215

Sex: single clone

Origin:

Notes: previously sold as BE0038, clone 1, red pitchers


BE3217

Sex: batch

Origin:

Notes: 3 clones, previously sold as BE0270, red pitchers


BE3631

Sex: batch

Origin: BE3217 x BE3217

Notes: individuals from seed


BE3278

Sex: batch

Origin: Mt. Madja-as, Panay, Philippines

Notes: 5 clones, red pitchers


AWvent

Sex:

Origin:

Notes:


N87, N137, N140

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: red pitchers


NE33

Sex: female

Origin: Luzon, Philippines

Notes: cream, spotted pitchers, black peristome, photo by MT


NE36

Sex: single clone

Origin: Luzon, Philippines

Notes: red pitchers, photo by MT


NEP51

Sex: single clone

Origin:

Notes: cream, spotted pitchers, from Leiden Botanical Garden


NEP70, NEP52

Sex: single clone

Origin:

Notes: nicknamed “Alba”, it comes from the Botanical Garden of Leiden, where they grew a few plants of N. ventricosa from seeds collected in the wild. This clone - one of those seedlings - had very white pitchers, so it was put in TC.


EPa

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: typical form


EPb

Sex: female

Origin:

Notes: squat form, intermediate


EPc

Sex: female

Origin:

Notes: black peristome, grey pitchers, photo by EP


EPd

Sex: female

Origin:

Notes: from Japan, cream pitchers, red peristome, photo by Tony Paroubek. This is not the same clone as “Porcelain” LG0457


EPe

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: red pitchers, dark peristome, intermediate


EPf

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: red pitchers, elongate form


EPg

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: pink pitchers, very waisted form


EPi

Sex: single clone

Origin: ? X ?

Notes: pink pitchers, leathery leaves


EPj

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: red pitchers, squat form


EPk

Sex: batch

Origin: ? X ?

Notes: red pitchers, leathery leaves, intermediate, individuals from seed


EPk1

Sex: single clone

Origin:

Notes: selected from Epk, photo by EP


EPk2

Sex: single clone

Origin:

Notes: large mouth, smaller base, selected from EPk


EPk3

Sex: single clone

Origin:

Notes: squat pitchers, selected from EPk


EPl

Sex:

Origin:

Notes: huge form, with nearly 1:1 pitcher-leaf ratio. Intermediate


EPm

Sex: batch

Origin: ? x EPk

Notes: red pitchers, leathery leaves, intermediate (the ? being a “scalloped peristome” form), individuals from seed


EPn

Sex: batch

Origin: EPj x EPk

Notes: red pitchers, leathery leaves, intermediate, individuals from seed


EPo

Sex: batch

Origin: EPc x EPe

Notes: individuals from seed


LG0457

Sex: female

Origin:

Notes: donated by the US Dept. of Agriculture to Longwood Gardens in 1958. This clone has been nicknamed “Porcelain”, and it's not the same as EPd. Photo by Dave Evans.


N140

Sex: batch

Origin:

Notes: individuals from seed, parents with cream pitchers but diversity in the seedlings is expected



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