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Thread: Pinguicula Yucca Do 1714 is actually Pinguicula cyclosecta?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Now.... why do we have 1713 & 1717 if they appear identical, including the few flower pictures in existence (VFTreasure, in particular)?
    They were collected from different locations.
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    That doesn't necessarily mean that they are 2 separate and distinct types. They may be one type that generated 2 populations.

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    Not following you... They are the same species but from two different location. Kind of like if someone were to collect a S. flava from a bog in SC and another from a bog in NC. Both are still S. flava but they are from distinct locations
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    In my opinion, they should be called the same species, with some sort of identifier as to their location. The way they are rendered, to me, they come across as being 2 separate species - one for 1713 and one for 1717. I'd rather see something like D. spatulata 'Ahiapara' and D. spatulata 'Lovellae'.

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    Ah... I see what you are driving at. What you have to remember was that they were collected by a guy who knew very little about Pings. All he knew was that they were Pings so when he collected them he just gave them codes. The codes were all ABG had when I took them on and I kept the codes because they are identifiers. It is easy enough to flip it to P. esseriana/jauvamensis (YuccaDo 1713) if needed though
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    I find it good that these codes are in circulation because one be pretty sure that if he has a p. cyclosecta and Yucca Do 1714 that they are different genetic specimines and that they will produce viable seed if crossed!

    I wish plants carried codes more often, like an international listing of genetically different clones.

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