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Stenogyne campanulata Stenogyne campanulata is a rare species of flowering plant in the mint family known by the common name Kalalau Valley stenogyne. It is endemic to Hawaii, where it is known only from the Kalalau Valley on the island of Kauai. It is a federally listed endangered species of the United States.
Nepenthes campanulata Nepenthes campanulata (; from Late Latin: "campānulātus" "bell-shaped"), the bell-shaped pitcher-plant, is a tropical pitcher plant native to Borneo. It has also been reported from Palawan, the Philippines, though further field work is needed to confirm this identification.
Nepenthes campanulata In July 2013, a taxon closely resembling "N. campanulata" was observed and photographed growing on the limestone cliffs of the Saint Paul formation, Palawan, the Philippines. Charles Clarke and Ch'ien Lee consider these plants likely to represent "N. campanulata", or at least a close relative.
Salvia campanulata The plant grows on erect stems, reaching tall, with leaves that are cordate to ovate-truncate and growing long and wide. Inflorescences are widely spaced verticillasters in terminal raceme-panicles that are long, with a yellow corolla that is approximately .
Aspidistra campanulata Aspidistra campanulata is a species of flowering plant. "A. campanulata" grows in evergreen forests on very steep slopes of eroded limestone mountains in Vietnam. Its name is due to the bell shape of its perigone.
Nepenthes campanulata Forest fires destroyed the only known population of "N. campanulata" in 1983 and it was uncertain whether the species had survived elsewhere or was in fact extinct. It was rediscovered in 1997, several hundred kilometres from the type locality. "Nepenthes campanulata" is listed as Vulnerable on the 2014 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
Nepenthes campanulata "Nepenthes campanulata" has no known natural hybrids. No infraspecific taxa have been described.
Nepenthes campanulata I was working for the Forestry Department at that time in Sangkulirang and when I had finished I wanted to find out about a flowering rock, Ilas Bungaan, upriver. After 10 days walking I saw the yellowish rock for the first time. When we were there we discovered that the yellow colour was that of the leaves of a "Nepenthes" completely covering the steep face of the 50 m high rock. We cut a tree that fell to the rock and acted as a ladder and climbed up. The "Nepenthes" was not in flower or fruit, but we found caves in the rock and in the caves a couple of boat-like coffins with sculptured dog-head ends which contained decapitated skeletons.
Nepenthes campanulata In his description of "N. campanulata", Kurata suggested that it may be closely related to "N. inermis", a Sumatran endemic. However, other taxonomists disagree with this hypothesis. These two species are similar in general stature as well as pitcher morphology. However, they are not only separated by great geographical distance, but also occur in completely different habitats; "N. campanulata" is a lowland species endemic to limestone substrates, whereas "N. inermis" usually grows as an epiphyte at elevations of 1500 to 2600 m.
Silene campanulata It is native to the mountains of Oregon and northern California, where it grows in forest and chaparral habitat, sometimes on serpentine soils.