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    A Cajun(isc) Carnivore CP30's Avatar
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    A couple of Sarrs

    These are posted in the seasonal sarr pics thread, but I thought it more appropriate here,
    unknown A






    unknown B




    unknown C (the red flowers belong to these)




    Any help would be great!
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    A looks to be a flava rubricorpora but I would not discount that it is a hybrid with something like alata balck.

    B is tricky. Definitly purp in there, maybe purp x rubra

    C is a moorei form. Probably (flava x leuco) x leuco because of the high red level of the blooms
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    A is definitely some sort of flava rubricorpora. It could have something else in it. This one is very nice. I've never seen it.

    B. is a purp hybrid. Probably w/ rubra as Pyro said.

    C looks like a moorei, but the lower left hand pitcher seems to have minor influence. But the flower is really red. So I don't think it could be moorei x minor. This one is throwing me off.

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    A was purchased as flava "Copper Top" from Courting Frogs Nursery in 2001/2002.
    B and C are complex crosses I purchased from California Carnivores in 2000/2001/2002 as 2 yr old plants. The tags were lost or misplaced when I moved cross country to Louisiana from Washington state. (Yes, I looked like the Beverly Hillbillies with a top rack on my Jepp full of sarrs and other CPs - that was the only reason the moving van did not take the car for me!!)

    I have 3 of the remaining tags:
    x wrigleyana x leuco
    (purp x leuco) x (x excellens)
    (x swaniana) x (x popei) MAYBE B?
    If you think any of these match the above please let me know. If you have pics of any of the 3 please post for me

    Thanks!
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    I can not say about B but C is none of those 3. That throat blotch is definite flava influence
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    I wrote Cal. Carnivores and got an almost immediate response from Peter. I emailed him these pics, we'll see what he thinks, too.
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    C. may be (flava x minor) x leucophylla(greenish form) the curved hood says somthing... maby alata or minor...
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    I clearly see S. minor in "C".

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