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    New heli book, major drool

    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

    http://www.redfernnaturalhistory.com..._south_america

    WOW!

    Heliamphora arenicola
    Heliamphora ceracea
    Heliamphora collina
    Heliamphora chimantensis
    Heliamphora ciliata
    Heliamphora elongata
    Heliamphora exappendiculata
    Heliamphora folliculata
    Heliamphora glabra
    Heliamphora heterodoxa
    Heliamphora hispida
    Heliamphora huberi
    Heliamphora ionasi
    Heliamphora macdonaldae
    Heliamphora minor
    --- Heliamphora minor var. minor
    --- Heliamphora minor var. pilosa
    Heliamphora neblinae
    Heliamphora nutans
    Heliamphora parva
    Heliamphora pulchella
    --- Heliamphora pulchella Incompletely diagnosed taxon from Amurí Tepui (undescribed)
    Heliamphora purpurascens
    Heliamphora sarracenioides
    Heliamphora tatei
    Heliamphora uncinata
    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...

    Hi Av

    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.


    Name withheld

    Av



    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
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    oh that looks awesome! So they are going to change the name of Heliamphora neblina?

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    neblina was a very confused species...no one really agreed what made a neblinae a neblinae
    you had McPherson's neblinae and Wistuba's neblinae, and both seemed to conflict

    hopefully, issues like this are now cleared up somewhat....

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    I know what I'm asking for for christmas!!

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    Awesome! Gonna have to check that out for sure.
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    aweesoommeee... Im so buying this.

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    Yes! The cat is finally out of the bag! And H. ceracea is on my wantlist. Does this mean akopan and angasima have gotten their species designations as well? So exciting! I'll be buying this book as well!

    ehh....i just saw that akopan and angasima still are awaiting scientific names still.
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    and parva is now its own species?... and wth is purpurascens? minor var. pilosa? arenicola? ...etc

    so much new all at once, and all the main sources in agreement finally? omg woohoo... look out the window maw, I see pigs flying and its not a pink floyd concert :P

    finally one ring... errrr book that binds them all LOL

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