NEPENTHES NAGA, A NEW SPECIES OF NEPENTHACEAE FROM BUKIT BARISAN OF SUMATRA

Pitra - Akhriadi, Hernawati - -, Alfindra - Primaldhi, Muhamad - Hambali
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Abstract

AKHRIADI,P.,HERNAWATI, PRIMALDHI, A. & HAMBALI, M. 2009. Nepenthes naga, a new species of Nepenthaceae from Bukit Barisan of Sumatra. Reinwardtia 12(5): 339 – 342. A new species of Nepenthes from North Sumatra is described as Nepenthes naga Akhriadi, Hernawati, Primaldhi & Hambali. The key characters for this species are a triangular dichotomous appendage resembling a snake's tongue inserted sub-apically on the undersurface of the lid, and the undulate lid margin.

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Nepenthes, Nepenthaceae, Sumatra, snake-tongue

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