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  1. #17

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    Hey guys... Look at dodec's. His is long too.

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    truncata x veitchii
    rafflesiana (sing.giant)
    spathluta x veitchii
    oiso x maxima
    mirabilis x otraniama
    maxima x veitchii x(rokko x veitchii)
    rafflesiana'brunei' x ventricosa
    x coccinea
    spathluta x spectabilis
    bical x khasiana
    rokko x fusca
    and a couple others that i cant remember

    some i cant recall there names
    cant remeber type smll kind


    judith hindles
    purpea x flava
    madi gras
    purpea-venosa(i think)
    some other various hybrids

    hedroxia x minor

    2types of vanda
    about 10 types of cattylinas

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    Aldrovanda vesiculosa

    Brocchinia reducta

    Byblis :
    B. gigantea 'Eneabba'
    B. liniflora

    Cephalotus follicularis

    Darlingtonia californica

    Dionaea muscipula :
    Original Clumping Clone
    Dutch Vigorous Clone
    South West Giant
    Adrian Slacks Giant Clone
    Adrian Slacks Toothed Petiole
    Akai Ryu 'Red Dragon'
    All Green Clone
    Mike Kings Vertical Clone

    Drosophyllum lusitanicum

    Drosera :
    D. adelae
    D. aliciae
    D anglica
    D. arcturi
    D. ascendens
    D. auriculata
    D. binata: 'T', dichotoma,'Marston Dragon' and multifida'Extrema'
    D. callistos 'Brookton'
    D. capensis: Typical, narrow leaf, alba and red leaf
    D. capillaris
    D. collinsiae
    D. dichrosepala
    D. esmeraldae? (may be a Brazilian form of intermedia)
    D. filiformis : ssp. filiformis, ssp. tracyii and x 'California Sunset'
    D. intermedia : Typical and 'Carolina Giant'
    D. macrantha ssp. macrantha
    D. menziesii ssp. menziesii
    D. montana ssp. Montana
    D. natalensis
    D. nidiformis
    D. peltata
    D. prolifera
    D. pulchella
    D. pygmaea
    D. regia
    D. rotundifolia
    D. schizandra
    D. scorpoides
    D. sessilifolia
    D. sewelliae
    D. slackii
    D. spathulata
    D. stelliflora
    D. stenopeltala
    D. villosa
    D. x 'Lake Badgerup'
    D. pulchella x occidentalis
    D. ericksoniae x pulchella

    Heliamphora :
    H. minor
    H. nutans
    H. minor x heterodoxa

    Nepenthes :
    N. alata
    N. gracilis
    N. macfarlanei
    N. khasiana
    N. tobaica
    N. ventricosa
    N. x ventrata
    N. x coccinea?
    N. ventricosa x inermis
    N. ventricosa x maxima

    P. acuminata
    P. ascension?, (may not be a true species, just a form of ehlersae)
    P. agnata; typical and 'El Lobo'
    P. crassifolia
    P. cyclosecta
    P. debbertiana
    P. ehlersae, typical, Santa Catarina and Alba
    P. emarginata
    P. esseriana
    P. gigantea
    P. gracilis
    P. grandiflora
    P. gypsicola
    P. hemiepiphytica
    P. heterophylla
    P. jaumavensis
    P. laueana : 'Sierra Mixe' (scarlet flower), CP2 and CP3 (crimson/purple flowers)
    P. longifolia ssp. longifolia
    P. lusitanica
    P. macrophylla
    P. medusina (formally P. heterophylla forma 'alfredae&#39
    P. moctezumae
    P. moranensis : var. 'Caudata', var 'alba' and 'Molango'
    P. potosiensis
    P. primuliflora
    P. pilosis
    P. reticulata
    P. rotundifolia
    P. vallisneriifolia
    P. sp. 'Rio Ara'
    P. x Weser
    P. x Tina
    P. x 'Frasers Red Leaf' (moranensis x gypsicola?)
    P. laueana x gigantea
    P. gigantea x moctezumae
    P. grandiflora x corsica
    P. laueana x emarginata*
    P. moctezumae x emarginata*
    P. gracilis x emarginata*
    P. laueana (CP2) x moranensis (caudata)*
    P. grandiflora x sp. 'Rio Ara'*
    P. colimensis x rotundiflora

    Note * indicates hybrid of my making

    Sarracenia ;
    S. alata
    S. flava : 'Maxima' rugellii, all green, small form (various other forms, most just 2
    years old though)
    S. leucophylla (Ctenium Fields, Perdito, Alabama)
    S. minor
    S. oreophila
    S. psittacina
    S. purpurea ssp. purpurea ( 2 forms from W. Eire and var. heterophylla)
    S. purpurea ssp. venosa
    S. purpurea intergrade purpurea/venosa New Jersey
    S. rubra ssp. rubra
    S. rubra ssp. jonesii
    S. rubra ssp. wherryi (yellow flowered)
    S. x catesbaei
    S. x 'Judy'
    S. x moorei : Brook's hybrid and Marston Clone

    U. australis
    U. biloba
    U. bisquamata : typical and 'Betty's Bay'
    U. blanchettii
    U. calycifida (pink and purple flowered)
    U. dichotoma
    U. gibba
    U. humboltii
    U. lateriflora
    U. livida
    U. monanthos
    U. nova-zealandii
    U. praelonga
    U. pubescens
    U. purpurea
    U. reniformis (small and large leaf forms)
    U. sandersonii
    U. uniflora
    U. vulgaris
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    Quote (nepenthes gracilis @ Aug. 15 2002,09:27)
    Just curious, how long that take you to type up! [/QUOTE]
    O' it took me only a few minutes, Thanks for asking Nep. G...hehehehe k/d

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    My Growlist

    U. reniformis “Large form”
    U. alpina
    U. sandersonii ‘blue flower’
    U. longifolia ‘alba’
    U. calycifida
    -‘Mrs. Marsh’
    -‘Asenath Waite’
    -‘Lavinia Whateley’
    U. dichotoma
    U. tricolor
    U. livida
    U. praelonga
    U. lateriflora

    G. hispidula
    G. violacea ‘giant’
    G. sp ‘Itacambria Beauty’
    G. lobata
    G. pygmaea
    G. repens
    G. pallida
    G. ABG unknown

    N. ventricosa
    N. khasiana
    N. faizaliana

    H. heterodoxa x minor


    D. nitidula x pulchella (?)
    D. ericksoniae x pulchella
    D. pulchella
    D. extrema
    D. x ‘Martson Dragon’ (May actually be dichotoma)
    D. indica
    D. sp Botswana
    D. peltata

    P. moranensis
    P. ehlersai
    P. potosiensis
    P. cyclosecta
    P. emarginata
    P. laueana
    P. gigantea
    P. zecheri
    P. agnata
    P. agnata “fragrant flower”
    P. YuccaDo locations
    -ABG 97-1713 60-19-031695
    -ABG 97-1714 60-45-031395A
    -ABG 97-1715 60-45-031395B
    -ABG 97-1716 6-14-99/7-25-00
    -ABG 97-1717 60-45-031395C
    -ABG 97-1718 grandiflora (?)
    P. ‘George Sargent’
    P. ‘Aphrodite’
    P. unknown

    S. oreophila
    S. minor
    S. leucophylla ‘Tarnock’
    S. purpurea ssp montana
    S. purpurea ssp venosa “deep purple”
    S. cv ‘Mardi Gras’
    S. cv ‘Dixie Lace’

    S. leucophylla (sprouts)

    -Red Dragon
    -Green Dragon

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    OK Guys,
    Here is the latest Sarras in my collection, non Sarras to follow!
    Mike King's Sarracenia Listing 2002

    Sarracenia alata

    A1 Red Lid,Dirk Ventham, Bulbous upper pitcher, strong tall pitchers
    A2 Red Lid Areolated lid form,
    A3 Red Lid,Desoto W
    A4 Red Form,Nicholson Co. WS
    A5 All Red Form,Mississippi W,(PW)
    A6 Pubescent Form,Deer Park,Ala. W
    A7 Pubescent Form. Ex Hall Farm Nurseries
    A8 Wavy Lidded Form,(PM)
    A9 White Flowered Form,(PM)
    A10 Large Form,Louisiana WS
    A11 West Louisiana form,redder pitchers with age WS
    A12 Angelina Co. Very Robust,Vigorous WS
    A13 Missippi Form,WS
    A14 Vernon Parish,WS
    A15 Heavily Veined,De Soto W (A8,JA)
    A16 Hill tops,Texas W (A4,JA)
    A17 Harrison Co,Red lip,bulbous,WS,(PW)
    A18 Citronelle Ala. Yellow flowers,W
    A19 Pale Flower,W (A8,JA)
    A20 Stone County,W (AP) Heavily viened,Red Lid
    A21 Perry County,W
    A22 Desoto,Large Wide Red Lid,W
    A23 Areolate form,Texas,W (A1,JA)
    A24 Pipeline,Rayburn Co,Txs,W(A11,JA)
    A25 Bueregard,Louisiana,W (A3,JA),light veined large pitchers
    A26 Red lid,very tall strong olive green pitchers,going darker by Autumn, throat black
    A27 Black Tube,De Soto,W,(A2,JA)(Adrian Fawcett)
    A28 Black Tube,Pubescent,Desoto,Clone 3,W,(AH)
    A29 Merryville,Louisiana,WS
    A30 Red/Black, White's Crossing, Desoto SF,WS(PW)
    A31 Giant Green,Stone Co,Mississippi,W (PW)
    A32 Jasper Co,TXS,WS (PW)
    A33 Jackson Co,Hooded form,Txs,WS(PW)
    A34 Lightly veined pubescent form,Citronelle,WS(PW)
    A36 West Louisiana,W,(MS)
    A37 Maroon throat,Marc Verdyck
    A38 Stone Co,WS,(MS)
    A39 Purple tube, Desoto,WS,(MS)
    A40 Heavy vein/flushed red,Desoto,WS,(MS)
    A41 West Louisiana,W,(MS)
    A42 Green form,no veining
    A43 Red lid,Desoto,WS,(MS)
    A44 Green,Very Hooded,White's Crossing,Desoto SF,WS(PW)
    A45 Nicholson, Mississippi,W,green light veined pitchers
    A46 Red tube, Stone Co,Ala,WS(MS)

    Sarracenia flava

    var. maxima
    F1 var. maxima,Green Form,North Carolina,W (F1,JA)
    F3 var. maxima Green Form,Tall (3ft)
    F81 var. maxima,North Carolina,W,(AH)
    F91 var. maxima,Green Form,light vein,N.Carolina,W,(F12,JA)

    var. cuprea
    F2 var. cuprea Prince George Sound,Vir,WS
    F8 var. cuprea Copper top,Green Swamp,W,(F7,JA)
    F10 var. cuprea Copper top,NC,Dave Richardson
    F58 var. cuprea,`Belled Mouth’C
    F60 var. cuprea
    F69 var. cuprea,Veined throat patch
    F90 var. cuprea,N.Carolina,W,A Fawcett,(F6,JA)
    F93 var. cuprea copper brown lid,red throat,W,(F5,JA)
    F109 var. cuprea, Selfed CV Maxima, same form as CV Maxima,but copper topped as well
    F115 var. cuprea,olive/Copper top,NC,WS(PW,F09)
    F119 var. cuprea
    F125 var. cuprea, potterton & Martin clone,(Steve Morley)
    F130 var. cuprea, Old Dock, NC,W
    F131 var. cuprea, Exum,W, (cl1,SM)

    var. flava
    F4 var. flava Shand`s Bog,Vir,WS
    F5 var. flava Dahlia Bog,Vir,W(F9,JA)
    F6 var. flava Dinwiddie,Vir,W,(F10,JA)
    F9 var. flava CV Marston Dwarf,John Watson
    F11 var. flava CV 'Maxima'
    F32 var. flava,Very Large Form,NC,WS(PW)
    F34 var. flava, just a hint of red in the throat,Harry Co,S.Carolina,WS
    F79 Harry Co,South Carolina,WS,(PW)
    F80 var. flava,“Chris Walker”,1986

    var. rubricorpora
    F19 var. rubricorpora Red Tube,Apalachicola,W,(AH)
    F20 var. rubricorpora Giant Red Tube,Apalachicola,W,(F37,JA)
    F21 var. rubricorpora Giant Red Tube,Apalachicola,W,(F42,JA)
    F22 var. rubricorpora Giant Red Tube,Apalachicola,Rugellii style throat patch,W(Andrew Cameron)
    F23 var. rubricorpora Giant Red Tube,Apalachicola,W,(AH)
    F24 var. rubricorpora Giant Red Tube,Apalachicola,W,Ex Dave Richardson
    F25 var. rubricorpora CV `Claret',(MS)
    F26 var. rubricorpora CV `Burgundy´,
    F30 var. rubricorpora,North Carolina,WS (Very Dark)
    F39 var. rubricorpora,Wewahitchka,W,(F99,JA),starts off like var. ornata, but reddens to red tube. Very
    strong throat patch
    F43 var. rubricorpora, Purple Tube,Wavy Lided,Milton,W,(AH)
    F44 var. rubricorpora, Purple Tube,Milton,W,(PW)
    F45 var. rubricorpora, Purple Tube,Milton,WS,Very dark,especially in throat
    F55 var. rubricorpora,very broad venation on inside of lid,Marston Exotics
    F57 var. rubricorpora, purple tube,Nr Holley,N.Florida,W,(AH
    F65 var. rubricorpora,Giant Red Tube,W,Ian Langford
    F66 var. rubricorpora,Giant Red Tube,W,(MS)
    F67 Red Form,Holley Fla.,W,(F25,JA)
    F70 Red tube,pure green lid,Seedling from Marston Exotics,1996
    F71 var. rubricorpora,Giant Red Tube,W,(F41,JA)
    F75 var. rubricorpora,Apalachicola,W,(F56,JA)
    F76 var. rubricorpora,Apalachicola,W,(F36,JA)
    F77 var. rubricorpora,Apalachicola,W,(F60,JA)
    F82 var. rubricorpora,Holley,Fla,W,(F36A,PM)
    F83 var. rubricorpora,Holley,Fla,W(F36B,PM)
    F84 var. rubricorpora,Holley,Fla,W,(PW)
    F89 var. rubricorpora, Red form,N.Carolina,W,A.Fawcett
    F94 var. rubricorpora,Red tube,Dave Taylor clone,(PM)
    F96 var. rubricorpora,Purple tube,HV lid,Wewahitchka,Fla,W,(F120,JA)
    F97 var. rubricorpora,Giant red tube,Apalachicola,W,(F14,JA)
    F98 var. rubricorpora,Wewahitchka,W,(F124,JA)
    F101 var. rubricorpora,Sandy creek rd,WS,(MS)
    F102 var. rubricorpora,Apalachicola,WS,(MS)
    F105 var. rubricorpora,Apalachicola,WS,(AH)
    F106 var. rubricorpora,Apalachicola,WS,(AH)
    F107 var. rubricorpora,Apalachicola,WS,(AH)
    F108 var. rubricorpora,Apalachicola, Giant red,W,(AH CL1)
    F110 var. rubricorpora, Apalachicola, Giant red tube,W(PM,F39A)
    F111 var. rubricorpora, Apalachicola, Giant red tube,W(PM,F39B)
    F112 var. rubricorpora, Apalachicola, Giant red tube,W(PM,F39C)
    F113 var. rubricorpora,Bay County,W,(PM,F33)
    F118 var. rubricorpora,WS,(Mark Dunsford) Seedling from ICPS seed bank
    F124 var. rubricorpora, Don Schnell, (JA)
    F126 var. rubricorpora, Dave Richardson, purple/maroon tube (maybe same clone as F108)
    F132 var. rubricorpora, Giant red Tube, Apalachicola (SM Cardinal red)
    F133 var. rubricorpora, Wewahitchka,W, (cl2,SM)
    F139 var. rubricorpora, Apalachicola, W, (cl13,SM)

    var. ornata
    F28 var. ornata,Apalachicola,W,(AH)
    F31 var. ornata, Very heavily veined,Gulf Coast,W,(F17,JA)
    F33 var. ornata, very fine heavy veins,Green Swamp,NC,W
    F35 var. ornata,Gulf Coast Heavy Vein,Apalachicola,W,(AH)
    F36 var. ornata,Gulf Coast Heavy Vein,Apalachicola,W;(Matthew Soper)
    F37 var. ornata,Heavy Veined Giant,Apalachicola,WS,(PW)
    F38 var. ornata,P.McKeown
    F40 Wewahitchka,W,(F123,JA)
    F41 Wewahitchka,W,(F97,JA)
    F42 Wewahitchka,W,(F87,JA)
    F46 var. ornata, Stocky,large lid,medium veins,Apalachicola,W,(PW)
    F47 H.V.Red Lid,PM
    F63 var. ornata/rubricorpora integrade, very elegant tall pitchers,Marston Exotics,1992
    F68 var. ornata,Bay Co,Fla.,WS,(Adrian Fawcett,(Marston Exotics))
    F73 var. ornata,W,(F48,JA)
    F78 var. ornata,Pender Co,North Carolina,W
    F85 var. ornata,Cooks Bayou,Bay Co,Fla,WS(PW)
    F86 var. ornata,Cooks Carnivorous Plants
    F87 var. ornata with dipping lid,Cooks Carnivorous Plants
    F88 var. ornata,Solid red throat with diffused veins around neck,Apalachicola,W,(PW)
    F95 var. ornata,HV large lid,Wewahitchka,Fla,W,(F82,JA)
    F99 var. ornata,Medium vein,red throat,Apalachicola,W,(F21,JA)
    F104 var. ornata,Apalachicola,(Clone 7,SM),W
    F116 var. ornata,Mirimar Beach,WS(PW,F54)
    F121 var. ornata,Norh Carolina,WS,(F37/1,PW)
    F123 var. ornata,WS,(F57/1,PW)
    F127 var. ornata, elegant pitchers penciled in red, Marston Exotics 1992
    F142 CV 'Maxima' x Vigorous Clone 1, Steve Morley

    var. atropurpurea
    F27 var. atropurpurea 'All Red Form',Blackwater,W,(PW)
    F56 var. atropurpurea,All red,Wewahitchka,Clone 1,W,(SM)
    F120 var. atropurpurea,All red JB,(SM)
    F122 var. atropurpurea, Selfed seedling,(F53/5,PW)
    F134 var. atropurpurea, Bayou,W, (cl1,SM)
    F135 var. atropurpurea,Bayou,W, (cl2,SM)
    F136 var. atropurpurea, Apalachicola, W, (cl1,SM)
    F137 var. atropurpurea, Apalachicola, W, (cl2,SM)
    F141 var. atropurpurea, Potterton & Martin clone sold as red tube green lid, Steve Morley

    var. rugelii
    F7 var. rugelii Ben Hill Co,GA,WS
    F12 Cut Throat,Bulloch Co.GA,WS
    F13 Apalachicola,W
    F14 Apalachicola Giant Form,W,(F16,JA)
    F14A Giant form,Sumatra,Apalachicola,W,(AH)
    F15 Milton,Stocky form,W (MS)
    F16 Milton,W,(F68,JA)
    F17 Milton,W;(F63,JA),copper tinged in early growth
    F18 Giant robust clone,(PM)
    F29 var. rugelii "Peach Brandy",W,(AH)
    F48 var. rugelii Clone 1
    F49 var. rugelii Clone 2,sparse,but broad veins in inner lid
    F50 var. rugelii Clone 3
    F51 var. rugelii Clone 4
    F52 var. rugelii Clone 5
    F53 var. rugelii Clone 6
    F54 var. rugelii Clone 7,Large flat wavy lid
    F59 var. rugelii,Gulf Coast Form,(PM)
    F61 var. rugelii,WS,(AH) 1993
    F64 var. rugelii,North Florida,W,(MS)
    F72 var. rugelii,Giant Form,large lid(F38,JA),has red edge to lid
    F74 var. rugelii,Sumatra,Fla,W,(F34,JA)
    F92 var. rugelii,Marston Exotics
    F100 var. rugelii,Apalachicola,WS,(AH)
    F103 var. rugelii, "Gulf Coast",Potterton & Martin
    F114 var. rugelii,Avalon Shores, Fla,(PM,F40)
    F117 var. rugelii,Milton, Fla,W,(F69,JA)
    F128 var. rugelii, Marston Exotics 1992
    F129 var. rugelii, Marston Exotics 1993
    F138 var. rugelii, Giant, Sumatra, Apalachicola, WS, (F61,PW)
    F140A var. rugelii, Telogia, Fla. WS
    F140B var. rugelii, Telogia, Fla. WS
    F143 var. rugelii, Giant pitcher opening and lid, Reading University, Alastair Culham

    Sarracenia leucophylla

    L1 Green&White,Citronelle,Alab,W,(AH)
    L2 Stocky White Top,Citronelle,Alab,(PW)
    L3 Yellow Flowered,Perdido,Alab,W,(AH),Bednar, Is same clone as Schnell's ghost, L4
    L4 Scnells Ghost,Yellow Flowered,W,(AP)
    L5A Avalon Beaches,WS,(PW)
    L5B Avalon Beaches,WS,(PW)
    L5C Avalon Beaches,WS,(PW)
    L6 Perdido,W,(PW)
    L7 Pubescent form,Perdido,Alab.,W;(AH)
    L8 "South Alabama"
    L9 "Var. Alba"
    L10 Milton,Fla,W
    L11 New Seminole,Red and White,W,(PM)
    L12 Red Form,Deer Park,Alab,W
    L13 White top,green veins,Perdido,W
    L14 Red/White,Russell Rd,Alabama,WS
    L15 Red/White,Citronelle,Alabama,WS
    L16 Paradise Bay,Fla,WS(PW)
    L17 Gulf Breeze,Fla,WS(PM)
    L18 Pink Lipped,Apalachicola,W,(PW)
    L19 Purple and White Giant form,Route 71,Nr Altha, N.Florida,W,(AH)
    L20 Baldwin Co,W,(MS)
    L21 Green&White,Pedido
    L26 Green&White,Pubescent,Pat Barnes
    L30 Viv Topham
    L31 (AP)
    L36 Ben’s Bog,WS,(AP)
    L36A Ben's Bog,WS,(MS)
    L37 Very red,flushed pink lid
    L38 Pubescent form,Citronelle,Ala,W,(PW)
    L39 Red/red tube,W,(SM)
    L40 Pubescent form,Deer Park,Ala,W,(SM)
    L41 Very white top, Citronelle,W(PW)
    L42 Yellow flower,Citronelle,W(PM,L10)
    L43 Pink upper tube, Martin Cheek(Steve Morley)
    L45 Perdido, Green & White top, W, (SM)
    L46 heterophylla all green , Bill Scholl
    L47 'Cronus' (Titan tm), Botanique
    L47 Hot pink Selections 1, Botanique
    L48 Hot pink selections 2 Botanique

    Sarracenia minor

    M1 Small Form,Fargo,WS(PW)
    M2 Large Form,North Florida,WS,(PW)
    M3 Waycross,GA,W,(M14,JA)
    M4 Large Stocky form(Not giant),Okefenokee,W,(PW)
    Oke. Giant:
    M5 F1(AH)
    M6 F2(AH)
    M7 F3(AH)
    M8 Lois Glass
    M9 Clone 1,WS,(PW)
    M10 Clone 2,WS,(PW)
    M11 Ocilla,GA,WS,(AP)
    M12 Nr Wacamaw River,Brunswick Co,NC,WS(PW)
    M13 okefenokee Giant,W,(M6,PM)
    M14 Typical form,max 20cm tall
    M15 Okefenokee Giant South
    M16 Okefenokee Giant,North East
    M17 Deland, Fla, W
    M18 Okefenokee giant, clone reputed to reach 4ft, Reading University, Alatair Culham

    Sarracenia oreophila

    O1 Boaz,W,(O6,JA)
    O2 Boaz,WS(MS)
    O3 Boaz,W,(Clone 1,PM)
    O4 Dave Taylor Clone
    O5 De Kalb Co,Alab,W,(O10,JA)
    O6 De Kalb Co.Alab,WS,(AP)
    O7 Sand Mountain,W,(O13,JA)
    O8 Centre,Alabama,W,(O8,JA)
    O9 Giant,NE Georgia,W,(PM)
    O10 Vigorous Clone,(PM)
    O11 Pietro Paulo Clone,(O202,JA)

    Sarracenia psittacina

    PS1 Gulf Coast Giant,Apalachicola,W
    PS2 Milton,Fla.,WS(PW)
    PS3 Orange flower,Wewahitchka,W(PW)
    PS4 Pale red vein,Apalachicola,WS(PW)
    PS5 Heterophylla form(Anthocyanin free),Gulf Coast,W,(S12,JA)
    PS6 Heterophylla form(Anthocyanin free),Wewahitchka,W,(S13,JA)
    PS7 Pale form,East of Oke. Swamp,W
    PS8 "Black flower",Yellow River,Fla,W,(S22,JA)
    PS9 Oke. Swamp Giant,GA,W,(S22,JA)
    PS10 Orange flower,turning yellow,Crestview,N.Fla,W,(PW)
    PS11 Yellow Flower,W,(PW),plant lost
    PS12 Ocilla,GA,WS,(AP)
    PS13 Heterophylla(Anthocyanin free),Alabama,W(PW)
    PS14 Yellowish pitchers,Baldwin Co,W(PW)
    PS15 Apalachicola Giant,W,(AP)
    PS16 Giant form,W,(PW)

    Sarracenia purpurea

    ssp purpurea;

    PP1 f. heterophylla
    PP2 Lake Huron,WS(PW)
    PP3 Pakim Pond,NJ,WS
    PP4 Ocean Co,NJ,Intergrade form,W,PW
    PP5 Prosque Island,Canada,WS(AP)
    PP6 Vigorous form,W,Ireland(Eric Binstead)
    PP7 Peggy`s Cove,Nova Scotia,WS,(PW)
    PP8 Newfoundland Form,W,(P205,JA)
    PP9 Canada,W,(F6,JA)
    PP10 Marl Bog,Dorcas Bay,Ontario,WS
    PP11 Michigan,WS,(MS)
    PP12 Southern Most form,NJ,W
    PP13 Veinless form,Grey Co,Ontario,W,(PW)
    PP14 var. riplicola
    PP15 Lake Huron,Michigan,W,A.Fawcett
    PP16 Greem pitchers,red flowers,Roscommon,Eire,W,(S.Morley)
    PP17 Deep red/Purple pitchers,Roscommon,Eire,W,(S.Morley)
    PP18 Gander River,Newfoundland,W,(MS)

    ssp venosa

    PV1 Mississippi,W,(Hall farm Nurseries)
    PV2 var. burkii,Bay Co,WS,(PW)
    PV3 var. burkii,Sumatra,W,(P21,JA)
    PV4 var. burkii,Chipola River,W,Clone 1
    PV5 var. burkii,Chipola River,W,Clone 2
    PV6 Skippers Bog,NC,WS
    PV7 var. burkii,Red Lip,Citronelle,Alab.W,(P4,JA)
    PV8A var. burkii,Veinless form,Walton Co,Fla,WS(AH,PW)
    PV8B var. burkei,veinless form,Walton Co,Fla,WS(PW)
    PV8C var. burkei,veinless form,Walton Co,Fla,WS(PW#2)
    PV9 var. burkei,Pat Barnes
    PV10 Vigorous Form,(Bank Farm Seedling,P208,JA)
    PV11 var. luteola,Anthocyanin free form,Bob Hanrahan,W(PW)
    PV12 Sussex Co,Vir,WS(PW)
    PV13 var. burkei,Mark Verdyck
    PV15, large bulbose pitchers, large lids

    Sarracenia rubra

    ssp rubra

    RR1 Dark Flower,WS
    RR2 Tall Form,NC,WS(PW)
    RR3 Gulfensis Type,(Ancestral form),WS,(PW)
    RR4 Long lidded form,NC,WS(PW)
    RR5 Taylor Co,W,(R30,JA)
    RR6 Willmington Co,WS(AP)
    RR7 Typical form

    ssp jonesii

    RJ1 Etowa Co,NC,WS,(PW)
    RJ2 Heterophylla
    RJ3 Heterophylla,Etowah,W,(JA)
    RJ4 North Carolina,WS,(PW)
    RJ5 Pickens,South Carolina,W(PW)

    Ssp alabamensis
    RA1 ssp alabamensis
    RA3 Thorsby,Alab,W(PW)

    ssp gulfensis

    RG1 Heterophylla Form,Yellow River,Fla,W,(AH)
    RG2 Stocky Form,Yellow River,W,(PW)
    RG3 Vigorous Robust Clone,Hall Farm Nurseries
    RG4 (PM)
    RG5 Large form,Yellow River,Fla.,W,Mark Wilkinson

    ssp wherryi

    RW1 Deer Park,Alab.WS(PW)
    RW2 Yellow Flower,Deer Park,Alabama,W,(AH). Exact size as Wherryi typical
    RW3 Yellow Flower,Deer Park,Alab.W,(AP).Large stocky
    RW4 Chatom Giant Smaller form,WS,(PW)
    RW5 Chatom Giant,W
    RW6 Chatom Giant,very large,W;(PW)
    RW7 Escambia Co,large,wavy lidded,W,(PW)
    RW8 Perdido,W,(JW)
    RW9 “Typical”,Hall Farm Nurseries


    H1 (LxPV)xL "God`s Gift" (My own name)
    H2 (LxM)xL "Diane Whittaker"(My own name)
    H3 LxM excellens
    H4 LxPV mitchelliana
    H5 AlxPVB
    H6 FxPV catesbaei
    H7 F RugxL "Brooks Hybrid"
    H8 F Maxima xL "Marston Select
    H9 FxL Sarracenia Nurseries large moorei
    H10 X "Lynda Butt"
    H11 alata Red Lidx L "Uncle Jim`s Rd"
    H12 catesbaei 'heterophylla'(anthocyanin free)
    H13 gilpini 'heterophylla'(anthocyanin free)
    H14 umlauftiana x leucophylla
    H15 rubra Gulf. Giantx leuco,Yellow River,Fla,W,(PW)
    H16 Orange flowered hybrid, parentage unknown
    H17 alata Red Lidx flava
    H18 rubra (Sub-species unknown)xpPurp venosa
    H19 purp ven burkei x leuco ,Milton,(PM)
    H20 leuco/flava hybrid with yellow flowers
    H21 “courtii heterophylla” ,(JA) (Anthoccyanin free)
    H22 S.x courtii
    H23 “Dixie Lace”
    H24 moorei ,Marston Exotics 1987 clone
    H25 willisiixminor Giant,(x223,JA)
    H26 flava Red tube x alata Red (All red),(SM)
    H27 moorei ,Milton,Fla,W,(SM). rug
    H28 rubra ssp ? x leuco. Hevily veined with red inner lid
    H29 Dutch hybrid labelled "stevensii"
    H31 moorei,w,Fla, S. flava var. rugelii x leucophylla
    H32 Hybrid, possibly ‘Daniel Rudd’, awaiting verification
    H33 alata x leucophylla, yellow flowers, white topped pitchers with alata shape
    H34 moorei,Fla, W,S. flava var. rugelii x leucophylla
    H35 S. x harperi,
    H36 S. alata x leucophylla
    H37 S. x ‘Judith Hindle’
    H38 S x moorei (flava var. rugelii x leucophylla) wide pitcher opening, MS
    H39 S (rubra ssp. gulfensis x leucophylla) very tall pitchers, PM
    H40 S x 'Victoria'
    H41 S x moorei x purpurea ssp. venosa

    Darlingtonia Californica, incl 3 different giant forms

    Cephalotus Follicularis

    Byblis Gigantea


    grandiflora subsp. rosea
    vulgaris 'Checkoslovakia giant'
    moranensis 'superba'
    moranensis maroon flower
    laueana Sp1, sp2 and sp3 ( all different colour forms)


    binata T form
    T form large
    dichotoma giant type
    mulifida (white flowers)
    multifida (pink flowers)
    x marston Dragon

    capensis typical
    narrow leaf
    All red

    spatulata( I cannot hope to name which form!
    filiformis subsp. filiformis
    filiformis subsp. tracyi

    Dionaea muscipula:

    royal red
    claytons volcanic red
    Akia ryu
    ruby red
    South west giant
    pure green form
    Sarracenia Nurseries (1992) yellow trapped large form
    plus several other forms showing
    Large traps in a tight rossete
    Verticle traps only
    red border on nectar zone, pure green traps
    etc etc



    Some Utric weeds such as lividia and subulata!

    Still on the hunt for more!

    Best Regards

    Mike King

    NCCPG National collection holder of Sarracenia

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    How long did that all take

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    oh my goodness no wonder this took forever to load on my dialup~ cant wait for college t1
    Nice collections all of you!

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