Suwidji Wongso writes:
"During trip with Hendra Budianto in 2003, we collected a few specimens of an interesting plant in the C. striolata habitat at Loksado, Mount Besar which I suspected to be natural hybrid between C. striolata and C. hudoroi. I cultures it and later it bloomed in my place.
Fifteen years later it was finally confirmed and is indeed a natural hybrid between C. striolata and C. hudoroi.
Unfortunately the collction spot has been cleared shortly after our visit and further collections there proved just to be striolata.
When my previous system broken down in 2009, I sent it to Jan Bastmeijer who reports it is thriving and propagating very well in Europe and I was fortunate enough to get a plant from Niels Jacobsen in 2014.
Long story short, we named it C. x hendrae.
It has intermediate form of leaf and spathe of its parents and develop runners like hudoroi.