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    ant plant

    Bonjour do you grow these genus : rubiaceae ( myrmecodia-myrmephytum-squamellaria-hydnophytum-anthorrhiza)- asclepiadaceae( dischidia)-pteridophyte(lecanopteris-solanopteris) ? jeff
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    dorstenia

    Bonjour do you grow this genus dorstenia ? jeff
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    Pinguicula vulgaris

    P.vulgaris subsp vulgaris f albida , no?
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    Pinguicula megaspilaea

    may be just P.habilii for instant
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    Manchester

    Bonjour even compassion for all these people . jeff
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    P. balcanica

    Bonjour Have you flowers , may be too young ? jeff
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    Black leaves

    Bonjour for your 'Weser' may be 'Sethos' for me your plant ,should not always stagnate in water, risk of rot. If it is not already too late put in the dry a few days. jeff
  8. yes for P.alpina and P.vulgaris 'in situ' we find them both on limestone and acidic soils . But for other temperates rather on acidic soils or on many others , limestone soil jeff
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    P. chilensis (with a flower)

    Bonjour these plant in situ grow between 1400 to 2300m always in wet condition an for may to november even under the snow jeff
  10. for cuban species some one grow in calcareous soils , but others on serpentin rock , others on tree trunk , other in white sand but rich in organic matter below you grow them in shade or full sun ? have you used, fish glitter, rather than a leaf fertilizer ? P.cubensis grow on serpentine rock always wet then with a big air hygromety sometimes in full sun,always also in 20-28 °c , According to some authors it would be annual 'in situ', and may be triannual in culture. I think that people more competent than me on these species will be able to better answer you. jeff
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    Pinguicula caussensis

    may be, though , but it is the first description(1893) of this abbe COSTE specie's and this name in FRANCE has been used for almost 70 years by many botanists in their descriptions, books ,etc . I find it pity to have forgotten it. jeff
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    P. chilensis (with a flower)

    Bonjour very nice success you grow them in pure sphagnum ? jeff
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    Pinguicula caussensis

    for infos see also on the E.PARTRAT site the F.ZUNINO work on the corolla morphological character find in the area CAUSSES here LINK noted also that this taxon in france had been called since 1893 ,when it was discovered ,P.longifolia var brevifolia ,it was not until 1966 that it call P.longifolia subsp caussensis jeff
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    dorstenia

    Bonjour do you grow some species of this genus ? jeff
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    pings flowering

    Bonjour oh excuse me ,I had understood that the 5 plants came from the Caucasus, so I spoke about new species for this area. now no problem have you a macro from the balcanica throat ? jeff
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    pings flowering

    Bonjour magnifique ping all, for the caucasus mountains , but from what country ? the white may be a P.balcanica subsp pontica f alba , have you a picture to the sepals ? for the first and the last have you a throat macro picture ? the last is Particularly interesting , do you know it name ? may be a new specie ? jeff
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    Pinguicula dertosensis

    Bonjour are you sure for the hoz de beteta taxon ,why not a P. mundi JEFF
  18. Bonjour 2 form actually in flower here on my calcareous wall in pot P.longifolia f longifolia P.longifolia f pinetensis ( perenn darkred leaves) JEFF
  19. Anyway I think we will not agree. Even a small explanation on the 2n = 64 of this taxon ? jeff
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    P.longifolia

    it is not a joke , 'in situ' we can do without it for the species description also , may be for laboratory analysis and evenOther laboratory technician may very well. it is not a no-sense, the systematic and the clade system are not identical( see on the reptilian and the fish genus for example) ,and do not always make good household. here I think ,the melbourne code's must be use , like the IPNI . Anyway I think we will not agree jeff
  21. the caryotype and the morphologicals caracters For me botany is a whole, all the sciences must be joined: systematic, phylogenetic, caryology, palynology, study of the seeds, etc., none must have the predominance over the others why an hybrid in a consensus tree ?
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    P.longifolia

    The author is always responsible for its publication, free to each to go in its direction or not In botany, as in other science, there is no single thought and fortunately. It needs to be peer-reviewed , why ? The forma taxa are highly polyphyletic. This is no more accepted as all taxa have to be monophyletic. Yes in the cladistic system, no in the evolutive systematic system jeff
  23. Bonjour Do you have evidence of your claims ? I do not see that on the last consensus tree,published, for apuana. jeff
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    P.longifolia

    Bonjour Yes, but it can be published at any time if I want , I would always call it ,Even It displeases The notion of form is for me really real and must be taken into account, see the code of Melbourne and St louis : division II ,chapter I article 4 paragraph 4-1. the melbourne code's is always use by the IPNI JEFF