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 Dionaea Muscipula 'Royal red'

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MessageSujet: Dionaea Muscipula 'Royal red'   Lun 25 Juin 2007 - 19:57

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N: $[Dionaea ' Royal Red ' {AUPBR 464}]
P: Au.Pl.Var.J.7:16 (1994)
S: =[Dionaea muscipula {Soland. ex Ellis}]
HC: name not registered; national registration authority refuses to provide data, January 1999 (JS)
B: G.Mansell (application 93/069)
Nominant: G.Mansell
Introducer: G.Mansell, before 1993
Registrant: G.Mansell, 1993
Patents: AUPBR 464; application 93/069
Description: Au.Pl.Var.J.7:16 (1994)



<BLOCKQUOTE>"Distinct from other varieties (sic!) of [Dionaea muscipula {Soland. ex Ellis}] in that all parts of the plant, with the exception of the margins of the traps (see fig. 12), are dark red in colour (RHS 59A). [Dionaea muscipula {Soland. ex Ellis}] produces rosettes of petiolate (<= 85mm long), bi-lobed (<= 26mm long * <= 17 mm high), decumbent to erect leaves, the size of which varies with season. Do not exhibit any physical differences to other [Dionaea muscipula {Soland. ex Ellis}]. Green margins and red inner surfaces of the trap are characteristics common to both [Dionaea ' Royal Red ' {AUPBR 464}] and the normal form of [Dionaea muscipula {Soland. ex Ellis}], and it is the colour of the other plant parts which make [Dionaea ' Royal Red ' {AUPBR 464}] distibctive. Plants in winter dormancy and those grown in conditions of low light may lose some of the red pigmentation (as do most other carnivorous plants), but still retain appreciably more red pigment than typical [Dionaea muscipula {Soland. ex Ellis}]." </BLOCKQUOTE>


Standard: Au.Pl.Var.J.7:Fig. 12 (1994), not available
Propagation:
Etymology: from red colouration of plants
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Outre sa couleur d'un rouge sang profond (excepté parfois sur les marges des lobes) cette forme est très proche de la forme type.
Selon certaines sources, le cultivar serait reproductible par graines ('Royal red' X 'Royal red')
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