Location: Eastern Washington (Zone 6b)
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Nepenthes0260 wrote: ↑Sun May 22, 2022 3:57 pm Tokaiensis is a naturally occurring taxon believed to be a species of hybrid origin between spat and rotundifolia. Tokaiensis generally has more rounded lamina and pronounced stipules compared to pure spatulata, which has less obvious “lamina” and “petiole” zones, and the glands tend to travel up a bit farther on the leaf. Spat is also considerably more widespread in-situ than tok.Travel up farther which way? If I get you right, the plant is a spatulata if there is dew on the petiole, and if there is no dew on the petiole, then it's a tokaiensis.
TrapsAndDews wrote: ↑Sun May 22, 2022 4:23 pm I looked at pictures of tokaiensis and spatulata, and I still can't see the differences. There are so many forms of spatulata (not talking about tokaiensis) that all look different from each other. Also, lots of spatulatas seem to look exactly like tokaiensis, and to me, some of them even look like rotundifolia.That's because of the misidentification of both spats and toks that permeate the hobby. You have to do your own research and, in a few cases, make your best, educated guess.
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