Wistuba, McPherson, Nerz and Fleischmann....
oh my, this can only mean.... yes, the Aztecs were correct LOL, the heli world as we know it is gone forever!!!
oh and hell just froze over LOL
--- Heliamphora minor var. minor
--- Heliamphora minor var. pilosa
--- Heliamphora pulchella Incompletely diagnosed taxon from Amurí Tepui (undescribed)
Heliamphora sp. ‘Angasima Tepui’
Heliamphora sp. ‘Akopán Tepui’
All known naturally occurring Heliamphora hybrids
I guess its ok to post this now....
Allow me to introduce you to Heliamphora ceracea
From an undesclosed source some time back...
I just wanted to say what fantastic photos of a fantastic specimen of Heliamphora you have posted.
I thought I would let you know that this species is not H. neblinae any more, although it is indeed found on Mt Neblina. It is, in fact, the only Heliamphora yet discovered to be found wholly in Brazil. Its new name is Heliamphora ceracea, meaning waxy.
Please keep this name quiet for now as it is still not officially named, but will be shortly.
We are in for some major changes for sure, I wonder if Andreas Fleischmann included his Heliamphora DNA research?.... surely for this he has.
geeze.... I want a copy, NOW