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Drosera x belezeana (E.G.Camus)
Parents: [rotundifolia]

Comments: On 2 June 2017, the IBC determined that the holotype specimen is not the hybrid, but actually just D. rotundifolia. The official hybrid name is now D. x eloisiana. There is some controversy about the spelling -- Camus original 1891 published spelling (1891) is "beleziana", but some taxonomists now say for orthographical reasons should be spelled "belezeana".
updated: 2017-08-25
http://www.iapt-taxon.org/files/proposals/Report_General_Committee_18.pdf IBC rejection of the name D. x belezeana.
http://sonneratphoto.mnhn.fr/2012/06/06/1/P04963231.jpg holotype of D. belezeana, which T.S.Bailey states is not the hybrid, but actually just D. rotundifolia
http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/22090#page/208/mode/1up original 1891 taxonomic description by Camus, which T.S.Bailey states is not the hybrid, but actually just D. rotundifolia