You may be interested to know that the paper describing this species has, as of last week, been formally accepted for publication. The paper passed through peer review in one of the most highly regarded botanical journals - also our first choice -- and we are looking forward to seeing it published at last.
A publication date has not yet been allocated, but I shall try to make a point of updating that information here as and when I am informed by the editor.
Though this section is mainly dedicated to taxonomy, I would be interested to read feedback from those who grow this species. I have several young plants grown from seed and, sadly, N. attenboroughii grows very slowly for me. I initially thought it would not be very picky since it doesn't grow on a very high elevation but still... My plants are in a soil recipee made of peat, sphagnum and bark, under a lot of lights. They are more or less 3 cm across. What about yours?
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