I was googling the parentage of P. weser & P. sethos and stumbled across this in Wikipedia:
Hybrid cultivars involving Pinguicula moranensis cultivar name parentage description
Pinguicula 'George Sargent' Hort. Slack P. moranensis × gypsicola Lilac flowers, strap-shaped leaves, large winter rosettes.
Pinguicula 'Hameln' Hort. Studnicka P. gypsicola × moranensis Wider, P. moranensis like foliage.
Pinguicula 'John Rizzi' Hort. D'Amato P. moranensis × ? Large, full flowers; oval, marginless undulating leaves.
Pinguicula 'L'Hautil' Hort. L.Legendre & S.Lavayssiere P. (ehlersiae × moranensis) × moranensis Two forms ("Grande" and "Petite"). P. 'Sethos' × P. 'Huahuapan'
Pinguicula 'Mitla' Hort. Studnicka P. gypsicola × moranensis Wider, P. moranensis like foliage.
Pinguicula 'Pirouette' Hort. J.Brittnacher, B.Meyers-Rice & L.Song P. agnata × (moranensis × ehlersiae) Hardy clone, attractive rosettes of pink leaves.
Pinguicula 'Sethos' Hort. Slack P. ehlersiae × moranensis Large flowers with a white star-like center.
Pinguicula 'Weser' Hort. Slack P. moranensis × ehlersiae Large flowers with single white streak down central lower lobe and dark veins.
Additionally, three clones of P. moranensis have been registered as cultivars:
Cultivars of Pinguicula moranensis cultivar name origin description
Pinguicula 'Huahuapan' Hort. Slack Huajuapan de León, Oaxaca, Mexico Lilac-pink flowers with crimson touches at their base.
Pinguicula 'Libelulita' Hort. Rice & Salvia southern Mexico Square-tipped petals, pale purple at edges darkening to deep velvet-red near base, heavily veined, white center.
Pinguicula 'Vera Cruz' Hort. Slack Veracruz, Mexico Deep rose with basal markings.
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The chart looks better on Wikipedia!