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  • bluemax - D. montana var. tomentosa

    13 59.09%
  • Maiden - H. minor var minor

    9 40.91%
  • Wire Man - N. lavicola

    3 13.64%
  • Red Lowii - Platycerium superbum

    3 13.64%
  • lil hokie - D. muscipula B52

    2 9.09%
  • Jcal - C. follicularis Hummers Giant

    12 54.55%
  • Peatmoss - D. villosa var. latifolia

    3 13.64%
  • amphirion - D. ordensis

    5 22.73%
  • Heli - H. folliculata

    3 13.64%
  • RSS - Podochilus muricatus

    0 0%
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Thread: Plant of the Month December 2013

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    Thanks for taking the time to make this picture with the référence. Once again, its a beautiful plant

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    D. villosa var. latifolia largest plant is the one being entered!


    D. villosa var. latifolia by Ineptphotographer, on Flickr
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    and my contribution, drosera ordensis:
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
    +growlist
    +petiolaris drosera going dormant?
    +picture thread

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    Heliamphora folliculata
    Last edited by Heli; 03-25-2014 at 06:16 PM.

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    Nice heli heli

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    Looking at the pic, would you consider that to be true villosa? http://czplants.com/p6473-Drosera-vi...ca-|-2---4-cm-
    And do we know what the new name is going to be?
    So many changes, I can't keep up.
    Hey, sorry to say that even the pic on their website is incorrect, that is also the ex-D.ascendens, which does not even grow at Ibitipoca, and which will soon be named... drum roll.... D.latifolia!!

    I was hoping the paper would be out by the end of this year, but it seems we will have to wait until early 2014.

    Anyway, sorry for all the taxonomic changes, but we accidentally rediscovered something amazing a few years ago which turned out to be the true D.ascendens - it simply hadn't been collected in 200 years! It's a very unique and beautiful plant too.

    But this means that we had to find a name for what we had been wrongly calling D.ascendens over the past 20 years, and it turns out the oldest name was D.villosa var. latifolia. Thus, D.latifolia soon.


    Best wishes and happy holidays to all,
    Fernando Rivadavia
    Last edited by Fernando Rivadavia; 12-22-2013 at 09:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fernando Rivadavia View Post
    I was hoping the paper would be out by the end of this year, but it seems we will have to wait until early 2014.

    Anyway, sorry for all the taxonomic changes, but we accidentally rediscovered something amazing a few years ago which turned out to be the true D.ascendens - it simply hadn't been collected in 200 years! It's a very unique and beautiful plant too.
    'Guess I'll be making some name changes on my plants soon. I am looking forward to seeing what the true D. ascendans looks like.

    Would it be possible to post a link to the paper when it is available, Fernando?
    - Mark

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    There's some serious competition this month. Really liking that platycerium Red Lowii!
    -Arthur

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