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The Carnivorous Plant Newsletter presents an exciting blend of science, horticulture, and news.

Contents of the March 2018 Issue 47:1

  • A new sectional name for the Brazilian tetraploid clade of Drosera subgenus Drosera — Andreas Fleischmann and Paulo Minatel Gonella and Fernando Rivadavia
  • Sundew chemistry and emergence updates — Jan Schlauer and Siegfried R. H. Hartmeyer and Irmgard Hartmeyer and Holger Hennern and Anja Hennern
  • What’s new in the world of carnivorous plants – Summary of two symposia held in July 2017 — Simon Poppinga and Firman Alamsyah, and Ulrike Bauer and Andreas Fleischmann and Martin Horstmann and Saskia Klink and Sebastian Kruppert and Qianshi Lin and Ulrike Müller and Amanda Northrop and Bartosz J. Płachno and Anneke Prins and Mathias Scharm
  • Propagation of some tuberous Drosera by leaf cutting — Robert Gibson
  • The use of the right words: why carnitropism is inaccurate for carnivorous plants. Suggestion to reject the term “carnitropism” — Aurélien Bour
  • New cultivars — Paul Young and Steve Sullivan and Carson Trexler
  • Register now for the ICPS field trip (7-11 August 2018) — Damon Collingsworth

Contents of the December 2017 Issue 46:4

  • 12th International Carnivorous Plant Society Conference — Damon Collingsworth
  • Revision of Pinguicula (Lentibulariaceae) in Chile and Argentina — Oliver Gluch
  • Drosera huegelii Endl. var. phillmanniana from the Stirling Range, south western Australia — Yves-Andre Utz and Robert Gibson
  • Drosera hybrida, the next generation — John Brittnacher
  • I’m not dead yet, re-finding Drosera x hybrida in the wild — Jason Ksepka
  • The correct name for Drosera intermedia x D. rotundifolia — Jan Schlauer
  • Erratum: Field notes from Andalucía, Spain - revisited — Jan Schlauer
  • New cultivars — Sébastien Bonnet and Butch Tincher and Jennifer Lei and Richard Nunn

Contents of the September 2017 Issue 46:3

  • International Carnivorous Plant Society (ICPS) Treasurer
  • An account of Drosera section Prolifera — Richard Nunn and Greg Bourke
  • Quantification of growth benefit of carnivorous plants from prey — Lubomír Adamec
  • Carnivorous plants exhibit a unique tropism — Armando Simón
  • New cultivars — John Hummer and Phil Faulisi and Hawken Carlton and John Brittnacher

Contents of the June 2017 Issue 46:2

  • Mid-Atlantic Carnivorous Plant Society — Kevin Zhang (PDF)
  • Prey capture by Dionaea muscipula A review of scientific literature with supplementary original research — Stephen E. Williams and Siegfried R. H. Hartmeyer
  • Nepenthes robcantleyi: A natural hybrid — Geoff Mansell and Wally Suarez
  • Observations of new Roridula symbiotes — Frank Obregon
  • New cultivars — Christopher Crow and Olivier Bres and Andrea Amici and Fred Passkiewicz and Yi Chen and Alexander Fisch and Lucien Blacher (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plant cultivar names registered in 2016 (PDF)

Contents of the March 2017 Issue 46:1

  • ICPS Conference 2018 -- Call for proposals — Marcel van den Broek
  • The correct name for Drosera longiscapa and the mystery of D. madagascariensis from South Africa — Andreas Fleischmann
  • The impact of soil type on Pygmy Drosera distribution — Richard Nunn and Hans Lambers
  • Unexpected discovery of 7-Methyljuglone (Ramentaceone) in several Australian sundews — Jan Schlauer and Siegfried R. H. Hartmeyer and Irmgard Hartmeyer
  • Many triggerplants (Stylidium spp.; Stylidiaceae) form arbuscular mycorrhizal associations — Stephen P. Moberly and Maxine Watson and Douglas W. Darnowski
  • Further evidence of carnivory in triggerplants (Stylidium spp.; Stylidiaceae) — Douglas W. Darnowski
  • Growing 20,000 Sarracenia seedlings — Chris McCarthy and Richard Wuydts
  • New cultivars — Olivier Bres and Ries van Ool and Phil Faulisi and Michael Aronesty and Julien Müller (PDF)

Contents of the December 2016 Issue 45:4

  • Nepenthes nebularum, a new species from Mindanao, Philippines — Geoff Mansell and Wally Suarez (PDF)
  • The search for all of the victims and all of the killers — Douglas W. Darnowski
  • Surviving wild Papua — Arthur Yin
  • A carnivorous plant lover remembered — Laura Del Col Brown
  • New cultivars — Francois Boulianne and Miroslav Srba and Miloslav Studnicka and Oliver Gluch (PDF)
  • The ICPS conference 2016 — Marcel van den Broek

Contents of the September 2016 Issue 45:3

  • Introducing Alex Eilts — Alex Eilts (PDF)
  • Pinguicula flowers with pollen imitations close at night – some observations on butterwort flower biology — Andreas Fleischmann (PDF)
  • An account of the Nepenthes species of Vietnam — Richard Nunn and Chiem Nguyen Anh Vu (PDF)
  • Drosera pauciflora – the queen of the sundews — Robert Gibson (PDF)
  • Deep in the web, up in the hills: the discovery of Drosera magnifica, the “Facebook sundew” — Paulo Minatel Gonella (PDF)
  • A tribute to David Crump (1953-2016) — Larry Mellichamp (PDF)
  • Book review: The Sinister Beauty of Carnivorous Plants — Richard Nunn (PDF)
  • Book review: Carnivorous Plants: Gardening with Extraordinary Botanicals — Marcel van den Broek
  • New cultivars — Hawken Carlton and Alexandre Letertre and Phil Faulisi and Larry Mellichamp (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plant cultivar names registered in 2015 (PDF)
  • Erratum Correction of the reference to the basionym Pinguicula longifolia Ram. ex DC. subsp. caussensis Casper — Aymeric Roccia (PDF)

Contents of the June 2016 Issue 45:2

  • A preliminary survey of the taxonomic composition of contents of Nepenthes smilesii Hemsl. pitchers in Bi Doup – Nui Ba National Park (South Vietnam) — Anna N. Demidova and Gregory S. Eremkin and Evgeny O. Shcherbakov and Vladimir A. Zryanin and Nikolay G. Prilepsky (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Jerry Addington and Hawken Carlton and Erio Piacenti and Robert Gibson (PDF)
  • Pinguicula ramosa Miyoshi – a botanical review — Hiro Shimai (PDF)
  • Water propagation of the Venus flytrap — Bryn Jones (PDF)
  • Propagating Drosophyllum from cuttings — Mark S. Anderson (PDF)

Contents of the March 2016 Issue 45:1

  • Erratum — Jan Schlauer (PDF)
  • 11th International Carnivorous Plant Society Conference 2016 — Tim Bailey (PDF)
  • The IUCN Carnivorous Plant Specialist Group — Marcel van den Broek (PDF)
  • Sir David Attenborough’s introduction letter for the CPSG website — David Attenborough (PDF)
  • In memory of Steven David Rose — Allen Lowrie (PDF)
  • Niche partitioning in sympatric Sarracenia species at Splinter Hill Bog Preserve, Baldwin County, Alabama — Jacquelyn S. Howell and Ashley B. Morris (PDF)
  • Olfactory prey attraction in Drosera? — Andreas Fleischmann (PDF)
  • An equation for determining percentage of herbivory on Pinguicula moranensis – A correction — Michael Baldwin and Robert Baldwin (PDF)
  • Field trip report: Hybrids at Old Dock Preserve, North Carolina — Mason McNair (PDF)
  • Growing high elevation tropicals: Building a chamber to accommodate cool growing tropicals, alpines, and species requiring cold dormancy — Andrew Norris (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Greg Bourke and Eric Morrow (PDF)

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