1. The name "beleziana" was coined by E.G. Camus (in Morot, Journal
de botanique, 5: 198, 1891) to commemorate the collector, Ms Beleze
(not "Belez" nor "Belezi" that would have justified the epithet
"beleziana"), and must for orthographical reasons be spelled
2. The plant by this name is most probably not the hybrid that Camus
hypothesized. See his figure, which probably only depicts a malformed
_D. rotundifolia_ with an ascending scape (note that two scapes of
the same rosette are straight!):
The leaves in artificially created hybrids between _D. rotundifolia_
and _D. intermedia_ always have a longer cuneate base to the lamina
and usually the lamina is longer than wide. In the picture the leaves
show the normal condition in _D. rotundifolia_. _D. belezeana_ plants
were allegedly always sterile (indicating hybrid origin) but _D.
intermedia_ is highly questionable as a parent species. Unfortunately
no type specimen could be traced so far for _D. belezeana_.
Probably a new name needs to be established for true hybrids between
_D. intermedia_ and _D. rotundifolia_.