Nepenthes × hookeriana

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Nepenthes × hookeriana
Nepenthes hookeriana upper.jpg
Upper pitcher of Nepenthes × hookeriana.
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Core eudicots
Order: Caryophyllales
Family: Nepenthaceae
Genus: Nepenthes
Species: N. × hookeriana
Binomial name
Nepenthes × hookeriana
Hort.Veitch ex Mast. (1881)[2]
Synonyms[4][5]

Nepenthes × hookeriana (/nˈpɛnθz ˌhʊkəriˈɑːnə/; after Joseph Dalton Hooker), or Hooker's Pitcher-Plant,[6] is a common natural hybrid involving N. ampullaria and N. rafflesiana. It was originally described as a species.

It is a relatively common natural hybrid found throughout the lowlands of Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, and Sumatra.[7][8][9] It is also present on smaller surrounding islands such as Natuna.[10] Like its parental species, the hybrid generally grows in recently disturbed clearings.

Infraspecific taxa[edit]

  • Nepenthes hookeri var. elongata Hort.Veitch ex Wilson (1877)[11] sphalm.typogr.
  • Nepenthes hookeriana f. elongata (Hort.Veitch ex Wilson) Divers (1879)

References[edit]

  1. ^ von Arx, B., J. Schlauer & M. Groves 2001. "CITES Carnivorous Plant Checklist." (PDF).  The Cromwell Press, United Kingdom.
  2. ^ Masters, M.T. 1881. New garden plants. Nepenthes Hookeriana. The Gardeners' Chronicle, new series, 16(417): 812–813.
  3. ^ (Latin) Hooker, J.D. 1873. Ordo CLXXV bis. Nepenthaceæ. In: A. de Candolle Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis 17: 90–105.
  4. ^ Schlauer, J. N.d. Nepenthes hookeriana. Carnivorous Plant Database.
  5. ^ Nepenthes × amabilis B.S.Williams. International Plant Names Index (IPNI).
  6. ^ Phillipps, A. & A. Lamb 1996. Pitcher-Plants of Borneo. Natural History Publications (Borneo), Kota Kinabalu.
  7. ^ McPherson, S.R. & A. Robinson 2012. Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Borneo. Redfern Natural History Productions, Poole.
  8. ^ McPherson, S.R. & A. Robinson 2012. Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Peninsular Malaysia and Indochina. Redfern Natural History Productions, Poole.
  9. ^ McPherson, S.R. & A. Robinson 2012. Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Sumatra and Java. Redfern Natural History Productions, Poole.
  10. ^ (Indonesian) Mansur, M. 2012. Keanekaragaman jenis tumbuhan pemakan serangga dan laju fotosintesisnya di Pulau Natuna. [Diversity on insectivorous plants and its photosynthetic rate in Natuna Island.] Berita Biologi 11(1): 33–42. Abstract
  11. ^ [Anonymous] 1877. Reports of Societies. Royal Horticultural. The Gardeners' Chronicle 8(197): 441.

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