Description Of The Species
- heterodoxa Steyermark. Pitchers up to 12 in. (30 cm) long on stems with a pronounced constriction just above the center.
- exappendiculata has a vestigial hood and pink flowers.
- glabra has no pubescence on the upper internal surface of the pitcher and has white flowers.
- heterodoxa is pubescent on the upper internal surface of the pitcher. Flowers white to pink, pitchers with some red coloration.
- ionasi Maguire. Pitchers up to 20 in. (51 cm) long, reddish in color and forming rosettes. They have a definite constriction near the top. Flowers first white then turning red.
- minor Gleason. Pitchers 2-3 in. (5-8 cm) tall with a constriction near the top and a small apical cap or hood whose inner surface is red.
- neblinae Maguire.
- neblinae Pitchers usually exceeding 10 in. (25 cm) in length. Leaves pubescent with short hairs and having a prominent pore and weakly developed hood. Perianth frequently 5-6 parts, white turning pink.
- viridis Same as var. neblinae except perianth is greenish and has 4 segments.
- parva Pitchers usually less than 8 in. (20 cm) long, externally glabrous with an inconspicuous pore. Plants usually have a red-tinge. Perianth white with some pink later turning maroon.
- Fig. 3-26 Longitudinal-section of Heliamphora flower. The pubescent ovary is surrounded by 10 stamens.
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