Nepenthes 'Michael Lee'

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Nepenthes 'Michael Lee'
Hybrid parentage (N. ventricosa × N. alata) × ((N. rafflesiana × N. ampullaria) × (N. gracilis × N. khasiana))
Cultivar Nepenthes 'Michael Lee'
Hort.Bednar (1994)[1]
Origin B.L.Bednar & O.C.Bramblett, 1986

Nepenthes 'Michael Lee' is a cultivar of a complex manmade hybrid involving N. alata, N. ampullaria, N. gracilis, N. khasiana, N. rafflesiana, and N. ventricosa. It was bred by Bruce Lee Bednar and Orgel Clyde Bramblett in 1986.[1][2] This cultivar name is not established as it was published without a description, violating Article 24.1 of the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants.[2] It first appeared in print in the March 1994 issue of the Carnivorous Plant Newsletter as "x “Michael Lee”".[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Bednar, B.L. & O.C. Bramblett 1994. Nepenthes hybrid crosses made by: Bruce Lee Bednar & Orgel Clyde Bramblett. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 23(1): 4.
  2. ^ a b Schlauer, J. N.d. Nepenthes 'Michael Lee'. Carnivorous Plant Database.

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