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    While observing the flower of Pinguicula agnata (CSUF) it is easy to see how this species has influenced the cultivar, Pinguicula 'Gina'. Also speculating that a form of the species was used, other than the form shown in this photo, most likely a form that does not exhibit red coloration in its leaves even under strong light.

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    What "CSUF" stand for?

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    California State University, Fullerton
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    Thanks! I am curious... Why does it got name with "CSUF"?

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    That specific clone was grown and selected by Leo Song Jr. of CSUF. The CSUF tag just identifies it as being different from the other numerous clones of agnata that are in cultivation.

    Mr. Song was an avid Ping grower who maintained the collection at Fullerton.
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    Thanks Pyro for the additional information.

    Also, note that it is not a registered cultivar. That is why I include the additional identifying information in parentheses instead of single quotes, as it would be if it were a registered cultivar name.



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    Thanks very much! I still am learning. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

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    Additional info on the "CSUF" plant can be found in Leo Song's write-up at
    http://biology.fullerton.edu/facilit....uf.html

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