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Nepenthes × ventrata Hort. ex Fleming, nom.nud.

Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

[Engler's syllabus (エングラー体系)]

Nepenthaceae Dumort. (ウツボカズラ)

= One genus = Nepenthes

Nepenthes L. (ウツボカズラ), tropical pitcher plants

N. alata Blanco (ヒョウタンウツボカズラ), winged pitcher plant
N. ampullaria Jack ex Hook. (ツボウツボカズラ)
N. burbidgeae Burb. (ヒョウモンウツボ)
N. distillatoria L. (エビウツボ)
N. gracilis Korth. (コウツボカズラ)
N. hookeriana Lindl. (フッカーウツボ)
N. lowii Hook. f. (シビンウツボ)
N. maxima Reinw. ex Nees (ムラサキウツボカズラ)
N. mirabilis (Lour.) Druce (ナンヨウウツボカズラ)
N. rafflesiana Jack ex Hook. (ウツボカズラ)
N. rajah Hook. f. (オオウツボカズラ)
N. reinwardtiana Miq. (ミドリウツボ)
N. stenophylla Mast. (ホソバウツボ)
N. veitchii Hook. f. (キエリウツボ)
N. ventricosa Blanco (イビツウツボカズラ)
N. villosa Hook. f. (ビロードウツボ)
N. × ventrata Hort. ex Fleming, nom.nud. (イビツヒョウタンウツボカズラ*)
Cultivars made by hybrids:
Bloody Mary = N. ventricosa × N. ampullaria
D'amato = N. lowii × N. ventricosa
Syurga = N. ventricosa × N. northiana
Menarik = N. rafflesiana × N. veitchii
Emmarene = N. khasiana × N. ventricosa
Judith Finn = N. spathulata × N. veitchii

Nepenthes × ventrata exibited in Tokyo

ibitsuhyoutan-utsubokazura (イビツヒョウタンウツボカズラ*, 歪瓢箪靫葛) * tentative translation
Origin: natural hybrid between N. alata and N. ventricosa Lifeform: evergreen, perennial forb
Distribution: endemic to Philippines (the parents are endemic to Philippines as well)
Habitat: tropical forests
Use: ornamental

[1-3] at Botanical exhibition in National Museum of Nature and Science, Ueno, Tokyo, on August 19 2021.