Taxonomy and Hybrids

Selected Articles:

Peter Tsang (1980). A New Drosera from the Top End of Australia. Carniv. Pl. Newslett. 9(2):46,48.

Robert A. DeFilipps (1998). A Digression Upon James Taplin, Nepenthes Hybridizer (Nepenthaceae). CPN 27(4):104-109

Jan Schlauer (1998). The Correct Naming of Carnivorous Plants: ICBN, ICNCP, and the Roles of CPN and ICPS. CPN 27(1):27-28

Bob Hanrahan and Jim Miller (1998). History of Discovery: Yellow Flowered Sarracenia purpurea L. subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry var. burkii. CPN 27(1):14-17

Dr. Joachim Nerz, Phill Mann, Thomas Alt, and Trend Smith (1998). Nepenthes sibuyanensis, A New Nepenthes From Sibuyan, A Remote Island of the Philippines. CPN 27(1):18-23

Donald Schnell (1998). Sarracenia flava L. Varieties. CPN 27(4):116-120

Bruce Salmon and Ricky Maulder (1999). Notes on Nepenthes From Northern Sumatra. CPN 28(1):14-18

Robert Gibson and Eric Green (1999). Drosera x corinthiaca (Droseraceae), A Newly Recognised Natural Hybrid From The Cape Province, South Africa. CPN 28(3):81-84

Dr. Joachim Nerz and Dr. Andreas Wistuba (2000). Heliamphora hispida (Sarraceniaceae), a new species from Cerro Neblina, Brazil-Venezuela. CPN 29(2):37-41

Barry Meyers-Rice (2000). Cultivars developed by Adrian Slack. Carniv. Pl. Newslett. 29(4):104-105.

Miloslav Studnicka (2006). Unexpected Hybrids of Spectacular Bladderworts Species. Carniv. Pl. Newslett. 35(2):59-61.



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