Heliamphora neblinae (after Cerro Neblina) is a species of Marsh Pitcher Plant endemic to Cerro Neblina in Venezuela. It is one of the most variable species in the genus and was once considered to be a variety of H. tatei. It is unclear whether or not there is a consensus regarding its status as a species, with at least a few researchers supporting the taxonomic revision that would elevate both H. tatei var. neblinae and H. tatei f. macdonaldae to full species status.Rice, Barry A. (2006). Growing Carnivorous Plants. Timber Press: Portland, Oregon.
Heliamphora neblinae var. parva Maguire (1978)
Heliamphora neblinae var. viridis Maguire (1978)
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