Sort and filter Nepenthes species by location
First of all, a big thank you to all the growers who’ve gotten in touch about The Nepenthes Interactive Guide. The feedback’s been great, and it’s given me plenty of ideas for how to develop it further.
I’ve just added the most frequently requested feature: the ability to filter the distribution chart to show only species which grow in a particular location. To get started, just hit the ‘Enable Region Control’ button and tick the boxes of the locations you’re interested in. You can choose multiple locations at once. Hit ‘Go’, and the chart will be filtered and sorted based on your chosen configuration. Click here to try it out.
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Thanks for reading!
Update, 24th September 2017: I’ve also upgraded the Nepenthes calculator and combined it with the old temperature chart to create something better! The new calculator can be used to visualise the altitudinal distribution of a single species, as opposed to just hybrids. Several people have told me that they like using the calculator for this purpose, so rather than forcing a visualisation by entering N. lowii x N. lowii, for example, you can now just select one species and see it plotted on the chart. Enjoy!
Photo: Nepenthes sanguinea and Nepenthes maxima, taken by me at the recent HCP Open Day.
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