Sarraceniaceae of South America by Stewart McPherson, Andreas Wistuba, Andreas Fleischmann and Joachim Nerz
Sarraceniaceae of South Americaby Stewart McPherson, Andreas Wistuba, Andreas Fleischmann and Joachim Nerz
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This work is part of an exquisitely beautiful and uniquely detailed two volume monograph that provides the first complete study of the full diversity, ecology and taxonomy of all recognised species of the three genera of Sarraceniaceae (Darlingtonia, Heliamphora and Sarracenia).
Sarraceniaceae of South America examines all species of Heliamphora from the Guiana Highlands of Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana, including five new Heliamphora species along with three incompletely diagnosed Heliamphora taxa that have not been documented previously.
Complete with up-to-date conservation assessments, distribution maps and accounts of the diversity, wild ecology and habitats of all species, this monograph is a major and definitive taxonomic revision of all three genera of true pitcher plants of the New World.
Visually beautiful and comprehensive, these books will appeal to both general readers and specialists who are interested in the natural history, diversity, ecology and relationships of Darlingtonia, Heliamphora and Sarracenia.
Below is a listing of the spectacular plants described in this work:
--- Heliamphora minor var. minor
--- Heliamphora minor var. pilosa
--- Heliamphora pulchella Incompletely diagnosed taxon from Amurí Tepui (undescribed)
Heliamphora sp. ‘Angasima Tepui’
Heliamphora sp. ‘Akopán Tepui’
All known naturally occurring Heliamphora hybrids
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