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Description of Nepenthes species with botanical illustrations

 

Interesting articles about Nepenthes species (The points worthy of attention)

 

An account of nepenthes in New Guinea / Published on Science in New Guinea. University of Papua New Guinea Vol.17 №1, March 1991 (Nepenthes ampullaria, insignis, klossii, maxima, mirabilis, neoguineensis, treubiana, paniculana, papuana)

STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE PITCHERS FROM THE CARNIVOROUS PLANT NEPENTHES ALATA (NEPENTHACEAE) / T. PAGE OWEN, JR.  AND KRISTEN A. LENNONPublished on American Journal of Botany 86(10): 1382–1390. 1999

Pitcher plants of Lambir Hill in Miri, Sarawak State of MalaysiaPublished on International Journal of Botany 2(4): 340-352, 2006

Pitcher plants (Nepenthes) Recorded from Keningau-Kimanis Road in Sabah, Malaysia / Published on International Journal of Botany 2(4): 431-436, 2006  (Nepenthes naquiyuddinii)

Pitcher plants (Nepenthes) Recorded from Univerciti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia /  Published on International Journal of Botany 3(1): 71-77, 2007  (Nepenthes sharifan-hapsahii)

Traps of carnivorous pitcher plants as a habitat: composition of the fluid, biodiversity and mutualistic activities / Published Annals of Botany 107: 181–194, 2011

A Unique Resource Mutualism between the Giant Bornean Pitcher Plant, Nepenthes rajah, and Members of a Small Mammal Community /  Published PLoS ONE June 2011 | Volume 6 | Issue 6 | e21114 (Nepenthes  rajah)

Nepenthes species along the trail to the summit of Mount Trus Madi, TambunanPublished Sepilok Bulletin 13 & 14: 43-57 (2011)

The use of light in prey capture by the tropical pitcher plant Nepenthes aristolochioides / Published online: 27 Jul 2012

Tuning of color contrast signals to visual sensitivity maxima of tree shrews by three Bornean highland Nepenthes speciesPublished online: 20 Aug 2012

NEPENTHES DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE IN FIVE HABITATS IN BRUNEI DARUSSALAMReceived December 9, 2013; accepted May 27, 2014

Interspecific variation in prey capture behavior by co-occurring Nepenthes pitcher plants / Published online: 30 Jan 2014

Habitat differentiation of obligate ultramafic Nepenthes endemic to Mount Kinabalu and Mount Tambuyukon (Sabah, Malaysia) / Received: 31 August 2014 / Accepted: 24 March 2015, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2015

    Habitat differentiation of obligate ultramafic Nepenthes endemic to Mount Kinabalu and Mount Tambuyukon (Sabah...Article in Plant Ecology · April 2015 

    A NEW CLASSIFICATION OF THAILAND'S NEPENTHES SPECIES BY GENETIC ANALYSIS OF AFLP MARKERSArticle in Acta horticulturae · September 2015

    Different pitcher shapes and trapping syndromes explain resource partitioning in Nepenthes speciesArticle in Ecology and Evolution · February 2016

    Ultrama c geoecology of South and Southeast Asia / Galey et al. Bot Stud (2017) 58:18 DOI 10.1186/s40529-017-0167-9

    Nepenthes pitchers are CO2- enriched cavities, emit CO2 to attract preys /  Scientific Reports | 7: 11281 | DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-11414-7 / 12 Semptember 2017

    Coprophagous features in carnivorous Nepenthes plants: a task for ureasesScientific Reports | 7: 11647 | DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-11999-z / 14 Semptember 2017

     

     

    Nepenthes Vogelii (Nepenthaceae): a new species from Sarawak

    SUMMARY. Nepenthesvogelii Schuit. & de Vogel is described as a new species from Sarawak. It is compared with N.fuscaDanser,from which itdiffers e.g.in the much smaller pitchers,ofwhich the lid lacks appendages. / Key words: Nepenthes vogelii

    Published: BLUMEA 47 (2002) N3, 537-540

    Nepenthes vogelii

     

    A skeletalrevision ofNepenthes(Nepenthaceae) / Matthew Jebb & Martin Cheek 

    SUMMARY. A skeletal world revision of the genus is presented to accompany a family account forFlora Malesi- ana.82 speciesare recognised,ofwhich 74occurin theMalesiana region.Sixspeciesare described asnew,onespeciesisraisedfrominfraspecificstatus,andfivespeciesarerestoredfromsynonymy. Manynames are typifiedforthe firsttime. Three widespread,orlocallyabundanthybridsare also included. Full descriptionsare givenfor new (6)or recircumscribed (7)species, and emended descrip- tions ofspecies are given where necessary (9). Critical notes are given for all the species. Little known and excluded species are discussed. An index to all publishedspecies names and an index of exsiccatae is given. / Key words: Nepenthes argentii, Nepenthes aristolochioides, Nepenthes danseri, Nepenthes diatas, Nepenthes hispida, Nepenthes murudensis

    Published: BLUMEA 42 (1997) 1-106

    Nepenthes argentii

    Nepenthes aristolochioides

     Nepenthes danseri

     N Nepenthes diatas

     Nepenthes hispida

    Nepenthes murudensis

     

    Two New Nepenthes Species from the Unexplored Mountains of Central Mindanao, Philippines

    ABSTRACT. Nepenthes L. is the sole genus of the family Nepenthaceae. Having the highest rate of endemism of this family, the Philippines is considered a center of diversity of the genus Nepenthes along with Sumatra and Borneo. Recent explorations in Mindanao and Luzon raised the number of Philippine Nepenthes species to 50. This study reports the discovery of two new Nepenthes species, N. malimumuensis and N. manobo in the unexplored region of the Pantaron range of central Mindanao making the range a home to eight species. Habitat destruction has the biggest impact on the population of Nepenthes spp. in the Pantaron range. The Pantaron range is not a protected area therefore the diversity, distribution, conservation and habitat preservation of the new endemic Nepenthes species reported herein need to be monitored closely. / Key words: Nepenthes malimumuensis, Nepenthes manobo

    Published:  Philippine Journal of Science 146 (2): 159-165, June 2017 ISSN 0031 - 7683

    Nepenthes malimumuensis

    Nepenthes manobo

     

    Nepenthes ceciliae, a new pitcher plant species from Mount Kiamo, Mindanao

    ABSTRACT. A new species of Nepenthes L., N. ceciliae, is described and illustrated from Mindanao, Philippines. This diminutive new taxon occurs on the ultramafic soils of Mount Kiamo, where it grows terrestrially alongside other Nepenthes taxa from which it is distinct. A comparative table provides a reference of diagnostic features alongside those of near related taxa. / Key words: Nepenthes ceciliae

    Published: Redfern Natural History Productions www.redfernnaturalhistory.com, 2011

    Nepenthes ceciliae

     

    NEPENTHES NAGA, A NEW SPECIES OF NEPENTHACEAE FROM BUKIT BARISAN OF SUMATRA 

    ABSTRACT.  A new species of Nepenthes from North Sumatra is described as Nepenthes naga Akhriadi, Hernawati, Primaldhi & Hambali. The key characters for this species are a triangular dichotomous appendage resembling a snake's tongue inserted sub-apically on the undersurface of the lid, and the undulate lid margin. / Key words: Nepenthes naga

    Published: AKHRIADI, P., HERNAWATI, PRIMALDHI, A. & HAMBALI, M. 2009.

    Nepenthes naga

     

    A NEW SPECIES OF NEPENTHES (NEPENTHACEAE) FROM SUMATRA

    ABSTRACT. A new species of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) from Sumatra. A New Species of Nepenthes rigidifolia is described. / Key words: Nepenthes rigidifolia

    Published: AKHRIADI, PITRA, HERNAWATI & TAMIN, RUSJDI. 2004.

    Nepenthes rigidifolia

     

    Cheek, M & MHP Jebb. 2001. Nepenthaceae. Flora Malesiana series 1, 15: 1-162

    Abstract. Contains the taxonomicrevision ofone family, Nepenthaceae, forMalesia, i.e. the area covering the countries Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, Singapore, the Philip- pines, and Papua New Guinea. / Key words: Nepenthes bellii, Nepenthes clipeata, Nepenthes eymae, Nepenthes gracillima, Nepenthes hamata, Nepenthes lavicola, Nepenthes mira, Nepenthes mapuluensis, Nepenthes murudensis, Nepenthes philippinensis, Nepenthes sibuyanensis, Nepenthes spatulata, Nepenthes tomoriana, Nepenthes treubiana

    Published: Flora Malesiana.Series I, Volume 15 (2001) iv + 1—157, published by the Nationaal Herbarium Nederland, Universiteit Leiden branch, The Netherlands, under the auspices of Foundation Flora Malesiana. ISBN 90-71236-49-8

     

    Nepenthes belii

    Nepenthes clipeata

    Nepenthes eymae

     

    Nepenthes gracillima

     

    Nepenthes hamata

     

    Nepenthes lavicola

     

    Nepenthes mira

     

    Nepenthes murudensis

     

    Nepenthes mapuluensis

     

    Nepenthes philippinensis

     

    Nepenthes sibuyanensis

     

     

    Nepenthes spatulata

     

    Nepenthes tomoriana

     

    Nepenthes treubiana

     

     

    A skeletalrevision ofNepenthes (Nepenthaceae) / Matthew Jebb & Martin Cheek

    Summary.  A skeletal world revision of the genus is presented to accompany a family account forFlora Malesiana. 82 species are recognised, of which 74 occur in the Malesiana region. Six species are described as new, one species is raised from infraspecific status, and five species are restored from synonymy. Many names are typified for the first time. Three widespread, or locally abundant hybrids are also included. Full descriptions are given for new (6) or recircumscribed (7) species, and emended descriptions of species are given where necessary (9). Critical notes are given for all the species. Little known and excluded species are discussed. An index to all published species names and an index of exsiccatae is given. / Key words: Nepenthes argentii, Nepenthes aristolochioides, Nepenthes danseri, Neoenthes diatas, Nepenthes lamii, Nepenthes murudensis, Nepenthes hispida

    Published: BLUMEA —Vol. 42, No. 1, 1997

    Nepenthes argentii

     

    Nepenthes aristolochioides

     

    Neoenthes diatas

     

     Nepenthes danseri

     

    Nepenthes lamii

     

    Nepenthes murudensis

     

    Nepenthes hispida

     

    Nepenthes barcelonae (Nepenthaceae), a new species from Luzon, Philippines

    Abstract. Nepenthes barcelonae is described as a new species in sect. Insignes, where it is unique in the inset mouth and the dichromic upper pitchers (first-produced pitchers red, later-produced pitchers green) which are also dimorphic. This is a newly recorded phenomenon in the genus: the first produced (primary upper pitchers) are red, larger, stouter, and have an uncoiled long tendril, while those later produced (secondary upper pitchers) are green, smaller, more slender, and have a coiled tendril. The only population of this species that is currently known grows in an area less than 10km2 on a single mountain. Individual plants are at risk from collecting for the horticultural trade. Following the IUCN criteria, N. barcelonae is assessed as Critically Endangered. / Key words: Nepenthes barcelonae

    Published online: Phytotaxa 222 (2) © 2015 Magnolia Press, Accepted by Duilio Iamonico: 24 Jul. 2015; published: 14 Aug. 2015

    Nepenthes barcelonae

     

    Nepenthes group Montanae (Nepenthaceae) in Indo-China, with N. thai and N. bokor described as new

    Summary. A key is presented to the Nepenthes group Montanae in Peninsular Malaysia, Thailand and Cambodia. Nepenthes bokor Cheek is described from Cambodia and Nepenthes thai Cheek from peninsular Thailand. The affinities of both taxa are discussed and their conservation status assessed. / Key words: Nepenthes bokor, Nepenthes thai

    Published online: KEW BULLETIN VOL. 64: 319–325 (2009)

     

    Nepenthes bokor

     

    Nepenthes thai

     

    A new species of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) from Thailand

    This paper describes and illustrates a new species of Nepenthaceae, Nepenthes krabiensis. The new species is closely related to N. rosea which has been found in the same habitat of the wildlife sanctuary of Krabi Province in Sothern Thailand. / Key words: Nepenthes krabiensis

    Published online: 13 December 2016

     

    Nepenthes krabiensis

     

    A new section in Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) and a new species from Sulawesi 

    Nepenthes section Tentaculatae of Borneo and Sulawesi is described and delimited, with a key to the nine species, including N. maryae of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, which is here assessed as Vulnerable under criterion D2 using the 2001 IUCN standard. It is hypothesised that this species might trap insects using a ‘flick of the lid’ mechanism. / Key words: Nepenthes maryae
     

    Published on 8 April 2016

    Nepenthes maryae

     

    Recircumscription of the Nepenthes alata group (Caryophyllales: Nepenthaceae), in the Philippines, with four new species

    An overview of Nepenthes in the Philippines is presented. Four new species, Nepenthes extincta sp. nov., N. kitanglad sp. nov., N. kurata sp. nov. and N. leyte sp. nov. are described and illustrated from the Philippines and placed in the Nepenthes alata group. An updated circumscription and key to the species of the group is provided. Delimitation and comparison with the Regiae group is given. All four of the newly described species are assessed as threatened using the International Union for the Conservation of Nature 2012 standard, and one, N. extincta sp. nov. is considered likely to be already extinct due to open-cast mining. Logging and conversion of forest habitat are thought to be the main threats to the other three species. /  Key words: Nepenthes kurata sp. nov., Nepenthes kitanglad sp. nov., Nepenthes extincta sp. nov., Nepenthes leyte sp. nov.

    Published  on European Journal of Taxonomy 2013

     

    Nepenthes kurata sp. nov

     

    Nepenthes kitanglad sp. nov.

     

    Nepenthes extincta sp. nov

     

    Nepenthes leyte sp. nov.

     

    Nepenthes parvula (Nepenthaceae), a new species from Cape York, Queensland, Australia

    Abstract. A new species, Nepenthes parvula (Nepenthaceae), is described from Cape York Peninsula, Queensland, Australia. The species is regarded as new based on the overall small stature, small mature pitchers and the old leaves with pitchers that are retained, distinct fine-scale morphological characteristics, and discrete habitat occupied. /  Key words: Nepenthes parvula

    Accepted by Duilio Iamonico: 10 Sept. 2016; published: 27 Sept. 2016

    Nepenthes parvula

                                                                       

    Two New Species of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) from North Sumatra

    Two new species of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) from North Sumatra, Nepenthes jamban Chi.C. Lee, Hernawati & P. Akhriadi and Nepenthes lingulata Chi.C. Lee, Hernawati & P. Akhriadi, are described and illustrated. /  Key words: Nepenthes jamban, N. lingulata                                                                           

    Published on 8 December 2006

    Nepenthes jamban

     

    Nepenthes lingulata

     

    Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) of Halmahera, Indonesia

    Two new paniculate species of Nepenthes, N. halmahera and N. weda, both allied to N. danseri Jebb & Cheek, are described respectively from lowland and lower montane forest on ultramafic substrate. Nepenthes weda appears to be unique in the genus due to the adaxial tepal surfaces which in the distal portion are hairy and lack nectar glands. This species is also unique among paniculate members of the genus in its forward-facing, concave subapical lid appendage. Both species are currently only known from the Weda Bay Nickel Project concession area in Halmahera, Indonesia, and are assessed as Critically Endangered using the 2012 IUCN standard. Two character states are formally described and named for the first time in Nepenthes: nanophyll rosettes and multiseriate fringed pitcher wings. Stage-related heteromorphy in lid appendages is documented for the first time in the genus. Keys to the species of Nepenthes of Halmahera, and to the paniculate species of SE Asia are presented. / Key words: Nepenthes halmahera, N. weda

    Published on 13 August 2015

    Nepenthes halmahera

     

    Nepenthes weda

     

    Two New Nepenthes Species from the Philippines and an Emended Description of Nepenthes ramos

    With 50 species of the genus Nepenthes L. currently described from the Philippines, it is without doubt that the country, along with the islands of Sumatra (Indonesia) and Borneo (Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei), should be considered the center of diversity of the genus. In this work, we describe two new species. One species, N. aenigma sp. nov., is from Ilocos Norte province on Luzon Island and has the—for Nepenthes—unusual ecological preference to grow in dense vegetation in deep shade. The other new species is from Mount Hamiguitan in Davao Oriental province on Mindanao Island. With this new entry, Mount Hamiguitan is now home to four endemic species (N. peltata, N. micramphora, N. hamiguitanensis, N. justinae sp. nov.). Furthermore, we provide an emended description of N. ramos based on field data. Nepenthes kurata is synonymized here with N. ramos. / Key words: Nepenthes aenigma, N. justinae

    Published: 6 May 2016

    Nepenthes justinae

     

    Nepenthes aenigma

     

    Nepenthes alzapan (Nepenthaceae), a new species from Luzon, Philippines

    This paper forms a part of the studies towards a World Monograph of Nepenthes Linnaeus (1753: 955) building on a Skeletal Revision of Nepenthes (Jebb & Cheek 1997) and the Flora Malesiana account (Cheek & Jebb 2001). In the course of studying previously unseen specimens from the Philippines, four sheets (Ramos & Edanõ 45690, K, NY, UC, US), of a species previously unknown came to light from Mt Alzapan. The oblong, glabrous, ligulate, sessile leaf-blades with 5–7 pairs of nearly evenly spaced longitudinal nerves placed the species unambiguously in the Insignes group of Danser (1928) which is restricted to the Philippines apart from one species, N. insignis Danser (1928: 314), in New Guinea and, more ambiguously, N. northiana Hooker, J.D. (1881: 717) in Borneo (Cheek & Jebb 2001). The Insignes group are also characterised by more or less broadly cylindrical upper pitchers with a length: breadth ratio of 3 or 4:1 (constricted at the waist in N. ventricosa Blanco (1837: 807) which bear a broad peristome, semi-circular in section, the inner edge of which is prominently toothed, the outer attenuating in thickness until it is membranous. The lower surface of the pitcher lid lacks an appendage. The nectar glands are usually transversely elliptic, non-perithecoidal and are absent from the midline, being restricted to two incurved lateral bands. In the key to Philippine species of Nepenthes, Cheek & Jebb (2001) the species described below as N. alzapan, keys out as the small-pitchered N. bellii K.Kondo (1969: 653) of Mindanao. The two taxa appear similar in terms of overall dimensions of the pitchers. However, the upper pitchers of N. bellii, while broadly similar to those of N. alzapan, differ significantly in their finer peristome, and sparse lid glands (Table 1). In practice N. alzapan being restricted to Luzon, is unlikely to be confused with N. bellii, which is restricted to Mindanao. It is more likely that its leaves, stems and inflorescences might be identified as N. ventricosa, the only other species of this group in Luzon. However the upper pitchers of N. ventricosa are much larger and longer than in N. alzapan, 9–16 × 3–8cm and hour-glass shaped, lacking fringed wings, and the lid is narrowly elliptic 4–6 × 1.8–2.25 cm. / Key words: Nepenthes alzapan

    Accepted by Duilio Iamonico: 17 Apr. 2013; published online in PDF: 23 May 2013

    Nepenthes alzapan

     

    NEPENTHES IZUMIAE (NEPENTHACEAE): A NEW SPECIES FROM SUMATRA

    Recent explorations of the Barisan Range in Sumatra Barat have revealed the existence of at least two new taxa of Nepenthes (Clarke, 2001). One of these is described here as Nepenthes izumiae Troy Davis, C. Clarke & Tamin. This taxon was briefly discussed and illustrated as ‘Nepenthes species B’ by Clarke (2001). Nepenthes izumiae is characterised by its slender, cylindrical lower pitchers (≤ 35 cm in height), the outer surfaces of which are almost always heavily suffused with a dark purple pigment that makes them appear black in colour. The upper pitchers are also cylindrical, the outer surfaces being brownish purple. Both pitcher types possess a large, hook-shaped appendage on the lower surface of the pitcher lid. Nepenthes izumiae appears to be closely related to N. singalana Becc., another montane species which is common in West Sumatra and Jambi. However, it differs from this species in a number of characteristics. The most obvious of these is the hook- shaped appendage on the lower surface of the pitcher lid in N. izumiae, which is absent in N. singalana. However, it is found (in a less developed form) in pitchers of N. ovata Nerz & Wistuba and (occasionally) in pitchers of N. bongso Korth., both of which also occur in montane habitats in Sumatra. The latter species produces infundibular aerial pitchers (Jebb & Cheek, 1997), whereas those of N. izumiae are cylindrical throughout. Nepenthes izumiae also differs from N. singalana in that a number of simple, short, red-brown hairs are retained along the margins of the leaf blade, while the blades themselves are larger and broader. Table 1 outlines the principal differences between N. izumiae, N. singalana, N. bongso and N. ovata. Undoubtedly, N. singalana and N. izumiae are closely related, but the differences between them are both marked and stable. Accordingly, we feel that N. izumiae warrants distinction from N. singalana at specific rank. / Key words: Nepenthes izumiae

    Published on 7 April 2003

     

    Nepenthes ultra (Nepenthaceae), a new species from Luzon, Philippines

    This paper forms part of our studies towards our World Monograph of Nepenthes, building on our Skeletal Revision of Nepenthes (Jebb & Cheek 1997) and our Flora Malesiana account (Cheek & Jebb 2001). In an earlier paper we char- acterised and provided a key to the Nepenthes alata Blanco group of species which is confined to the Philippines (Cheek & Jebb 2013). In that paper we also reviewed morphological variation within Luzon of what had been considered as a single variable N. alata and showed that two distinct species exist, one in the northern submontane forests (N. alata) and another in the southern Luzon forests, extending to the Visayas and Mindanao (N. graciliflora Elmer). Among the 40 specimens of N. alata (in the wide sense) examined in preparing Cheek & Jebb 2013, two anomalous specimens were found which fitted neither N. alata nor N. graciliflora in morphology. They further differ in being plants of lowland coastal scrub on ultramafic substrates. We widened our search to additional herbaria and recovered additional sheets including three more specimen numbers, which agreed in morphology and ecology with the first two specimens. Following further study of the eleven specimen sheets now available, and after linking these specimens with photographic images of plants in habitat (Nickrent et al. 2006 onwards), we here describe this material as a new species. The main diagnostic differences between N. alata, N. graciliflora and our new species N. ultra are given in Table 1. In practice, N. ultra is unlikely to be confused with any other. It is the only lowland Nepenthes known in Luzon (below 400 m altitude), and is also the only species known to occur in ultramafic areas in Luzon.  / Key words: Nepenthes ultra

    Published on 24 October 2013

    Nepenthes ultra

     

    Nepenthes samar (Nepenthaceae), a new species from Samar, Philippines

    This paper forms part of studies towards a World Monograph of Nepenthes, building on a Skeletal Revision of Nepenthes (Jebb & Cheek 1997) and the Flora Malesiana account (Cheek & Jebb 2001). In the course of studying previously unseen specimens from the Philippines, two collections (Gaerlan & Chavez 26372, 26416, both BRIT), of an unknown species, came to light from Samar in the eastern Visayas. The ligulate, sessile leaf-blades with 5 – 6 pairs of nearly evenly- spread longitudinal nerves placed the species in the Insignes group of Danser (1928) which are for the most part restricted to the Philippines (Cheek & Jebb 2001). Further characters that distinguish this group are given in Cheek & Jebb (2013).  The Samar material has only upper pitchers and not lower, which is also an attribute of two species of the Insignes group, N. ventricosa Blanco (1837: 807) which is found in Luzon and Panay, and N. burkei Mast. (1889: 492) which is found in Mindoro. In these two species, both of which are extensively cultivated, lower pitchers are produced either not at all or very rarely and inconspicuously before the plants develop upper pitchers (Cheek & Jebb 2001). Both these species have broadly cylindrical upper pitchers (as is usual in the group), but which are more or less constricted at the middle, while the Samar material has cylindrical to narrowly infundibular upper pitchers. Nepenthes merrilliana Macfarl. (1911: 207) of Surigao Province in NE Mindanao is the species of the Insignes group closest geographically, and in overall dimensions, to the Samar spe- cies. However, of the 12 specimens known of N. merrilliana only one features upper pitchers, the remainder bearing only lower pitchers, including those with inflorescences, suggesting that upper pitchers are produced infrequently in this species, the opposite of the case in the Samar material. The two species differ further, in leaf-blade, pitcher, and inflorescence characters as shown in Table 1. Accordingly, N. samar is here described as new to science. / Key words: Nepenthes samar

    Published on 10 September 2013

    Nepenthes samar

     

    Nepenthes minima (Nepenthaceae), a new pyrophytic grassland species from Sulawesi, Indonesia

    Nepenthes minima is the first known pyrophytic grassland Nepenthes species from outside Indochina and the Philippines. A member of the sect. Regiae (Borneo, Wallacea, New Guinea) it is restricted to the highland grasslands of Central Sulawesi (Celebes) and has close affinities with Nepenthes maxima. The existence of Nepen- thes minima, unique to these grasslands, suggests that they may be natural and predate the human influences that expanded them beginning 2000–3000 BP. / Key words: Nepenthes minima

    Published on 6 October 2016

    Nepenthes minima

     

    Expansion of the Nepenthes alata group (Nepenthaceae), Philippines, and descriptions of three new species

    Three new species in the Nepenthes alata group from the Philippines, Nepenthes armin, N. tboli and N. zygon, are described and assessed as threatened using the IUCN 2012 standard. The group is expanded by the inclusion of N. truncata and N. robcantleyi, previously included in the N. regiae group. A key to the nineteen species of the group is presented.  / Key words: Nepenthes armin, N. tboli, N. zygon

    Published on   11 December 2014

    Nepenthes armin

     

    Nepenthes tboli

     

    Nepenthes zygon

     

    The Nepenthes micramphora (Nepenthaceae) group, with two new species from Mindanao, Philippines

    The N. micramphora group is erected to accommodate the species N. micramphora, N. abgracilis sp. nov. and N. cid sp. nov. from submontane habitats in Mindanao, Philippines. An overview of the genus in the Philippines is presented in the context of recent discoveries. The greater taxonomic importance of pitcher characters over those of the flowers in the genus is reviewed and hypotheses are provided to account for this phenomenon.  / Key words: Nepenthes micramphora, N. abgracilis sp. nov., N. cid sp. nov.

    Accepted by Duilio Iamonico: 6 Nov. 2013; published: 6 Dec. 2013

    Nepenthes abgracilis

     

    Nepenthes cid

     

    Four New Species of Nepenthes L. (Nepenthaceae) from the Central Mountains of Mindanao, Philippines

    Together with the islands of Sumatra (Indonesia) and Borneo (Indonesia, Malaysia), the Philippines are the main center of diversity for carnivorous pitcher plants of the genus, Nepenthes L. Nepenthes are the largest of all carnivorous plants, and the species with the biggest pitchers are capable of trapping and digesting small amphibians and even mammals. The central cordillera of Mindanao Island in the south of the Philippines is mostly covered with old, primary forest and is the largest remaining cohesive, untouched area of wilderness in the Philippines. In a recent field exploration of two areas of the central cordillera, namely Mount Sumagaya and a section of the Pantaron range, four new taxa of Nepenthes were discovered. These four remarkable new species, N. pantaronensis, N. cornuta, N. talaandig and N. amabilis, are described, illustrated and assessed.  / Key words: Nepenthes pantaronensis, N. cornuta, N. talaandig, N. amabilis

    Published: 6 June 2014

    Nepenthes pantaronensis

     

    Nepenthes cornuta

     

    Nepenthes talaandig

     

    Nepenthes amabilis

     

    Nepenthes holdenii (Nepenthaceae), a new species of pyrophytic pitcher plant from the Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia

     

    ABSTRACT:  A new species of pyrophytic Nepenthes L. (Nepenthaceae), Nepenthes holdeniiMey, from the Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia, is described and illustrated. Nepenthes holdenii and its relatives are reclassified here within the N. thorelii aggregate. A key to the pyrophytic species of Indochina is also presented. / Key words: Nepenthes holdenii

     

    Nepenthes holdenii

     

    Nepenthes pitopangii (Nepenthaceae), a New Species from Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

     

    Abstract: A new Nepenthes species, N. pitopangii, from Sulawesi Tengah, is described. / Key words: Nepenthes pitopangii

    Published: Gardens’ Bulletin Singapore 61 (1): 95-99. 2009

     

     

    Nepenthes pitopangii

     

    A spectacular new species of Nepenthes L. (Nepenthaceae) pitcher plant from central Palawan, Philippines

     

    A new species of Nepenthes L., N. attenboroughii (Nepenthaceae), from Palawan Island in the Philippines, is described and illustrated. It is restricted to rocky, ultramafic soils that comprise the summit region of Mount Victoria, Municipality of Narra, where it occurs in isolation from other members of the genus. On the basis of the morphological features, this new taxon appears to be related to both N. mira Jebb & Cheek of Palawan and N. rajah Hook.f. of Borneo. Its substantial size places it among the largest of known pitcher plants. The diagnostic morphological characters are discussed and an updated key is provided for a revised complex of Nepenthes species from the Palawan and North Borneo phytogeographical region. / Key words: Nepenthes attenboroughii

    Published: Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 2009

    Nepenthes attenboroughii

     

    Nepenthes flava, a New species of Nepenthaceae from the Northern part of sumatra

    in terms of the number of known Nepenthes species the flora of sumatra is one of the richest in the world. in recent years several new species have been discovered and described, such as Nepenthes adnata tamin & hotta ex schlauer, N. angasanensis r. Maulder, d. schub., B. salmon & B. Quinn, N. aristolochioides Jebb & cheek, N. diatas Jebb & cheek, N. lavicola Wistuba & rischer, N. longifolia nerz & Wistuba, N. mikei B. salmon & r. Maulder, N. tenuis nerz & Wistuba, N. jacquelineae and N. xiphioides B. salmon & r. Maulder (nerz & Wistuba, 1994; Jebb & cheek, 1997; clarke, 2001). the number of known sumatran species is even higher than the number of Bornean species, thus sumatra certainly can be called a hotspot of evolution of nepenthaceae. it can be assumed that some members of Nepenthes may have evolved quite recently; many species like N. singalana Becc. and N. bongso Korth. are quite variable and are closely related to each other. some of the species however have very distinct and unique characteristics, such as e.g. the rimless N. inermis or the recently discovered N. jacquelineae with its monstrous peristome (clarke, 2001). A new spe- cies of Nepenthes that had been discovered on a mountain in northern sumatra is now described from cultivated material... / Key words: Nepenthes flava

    Published on 4 July 2007

    Nepenthes flava

     

    Nepenthes baramensis (Nepenthaceae) – a new species from north-western Borneo

    Abstract: Nepenthes baramensis, a new species from peat swamp and heath forests in north-western Borneo, is described. It is distinguished from related species on the basis of its modified pitchers, which facilitate a faculta- tive mutualistic interaction with Hardwicke’s Woolly Bat, Kerivoula hardwickii, which roosts in its pitchers and may provide the plant with a substantial proportion of its foliar nitrogen. / Key words: Nepenthes baramensis

    Published on 12 October 2011

     

    Nepenthes nebularum, a new species from Mindanao, Philippines

    Abstract: The discovery of Nepenthes nebularum sp. nov. is here reported and thereby described as a new addition to the Philippine Nepenthes flora. This new species is closely related to both N. trun- cata and N. robcantleyi, differing mainly in the smaller stature of the plants, the more pronounced peristome teeth, and the bronzy, rather dense, and woolly indumentum found on the petiole wings, tendrils and traps. Further distinguishing traits are discussed in the description proper. With the description of this new species, the number of Nepenthes species in the archipelago now stands at over 53. / Key words: Nepenthes nebularum

    Published on Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, Volume 45 December 2016

    Nepenthes nebularum sp. nov.

     

    REVIEW STATUS THE NEPENTHES (NEPENTHACEAE) FROM JAVA INDONESIA

    ABSTRACT: Recent status of the distribution of Genus Nepenthes is investigated here. The literature studied from Java, Indonesia was conducted based on the morphological description, collected observation in the Herbarium Brawijaya University (H Bio Unibraw) Malang and Herbarium Bogoriense (BO), Bogor Indonesia. The present study shows that there are three known species namely Nepenthes gymnamphora Reinw.ex Ness, Nepenthes mirabilis (Lour.) Druce and Nepenthes adrianii Spec. Nov. / Key words: Nepenthes adrianii Spec. Nov., nepenthes gymnamphora Reinw.ex Ness, nepenthes mirabilis (Lour.) Druce

    Published on Indian Journal of Plant Sciences ISSN: 2319–3824(Online) 2017 Vol.6 (1) January-March, pp.12-16/Batoro and Wartono

    Nepenthes adrianii Spec. Nov.

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