Not sure on the right name

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  1. John Yates

    John Yates Carnivorous Plant Addict

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    I was lead to believe these were a certain specie , but now not sure but they grow well in the new G/h have quadrupled in size in just 2 months P1250280.JPG

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    they look like to P.caudata
     
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    the tag says P.laveanata ? what you think Jeff ,you seem to be a very much a expert on the pings to me .
     
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    for me this P.laveanata do not exist :(
     
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    Is P.caudata a species again?
    I haven't heard of P.laveanata either. Maybe short for P.laueana x caudata, but your plant looks to me like good old P.caudata (P.moranensis) used to look.
     
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    right a miss label ., that make sense , yes i think more in line with P.laueana as well , if its crossed it actually self crossed, that may explain the different variation in the flowers in some may be , I didnt do any pollination in that lot , :) may crossed with P moranensis right ? giving the variations ? thoughts on that

    thanks Eric for your input
     
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    difficult to see the morphological characters of P.laueana in this specimen .

    this name P.laveanata does not correspond to the taxonomic standard , if it is really a cross write P.laueana x caudata simply ,but above all you have to be sure.

    for my part I still think of a P.caudata
     
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