Who's good with Latin/scientific names? *Or at least what is meant by how they are written?
For example, if we have a species it's be written:
I get that bit. Family name starts with a capital, species in lowercase, all in italics.
Its the way hybrids seem to vary in how they are written. *for example:
Nepenthes 'Judith Finn' or Nepenthes 'Rokko'
as compared to:
Nepenthes x ventrata or Nepenths x murudensis
What does this difference represent? *Is it naturally occurring as compared to man-made hybrid?
Also, *what about how some hybrids have their own name (as above) where as some are simply described by what they are crossed between? *Is there some point where a hybrid becomes recognised and gets its own name?