Society Web Ring Sites

Site Owner         Site Name                 Description
lolo Swiss-Carni Forum Suisse de plantes carnivores
Dave Carnivorous Plant Resource Carnivorous Plant Resource is a guide to the fascinating and educational world of carnivorous plants. You’ll learn about the beautiful and deadly traps of different species, discover beginner and advanced cultivation techniques, and explore our extensive (and growing!) database of carnivorous plant species and hybrids.
Bob Ziemer ICPS Forum The official web forum for the International Carnivorous Plant Society.
VCPS Victorian Carnivorous Plant Society The Victorian Carnivorous Plant Society is an Australian horticultural society dedicated to the cultivation and promotion of carnivorous plants.
ICPS International Carnivorous Plant Society The International Carnivorous Plant Society (ICPS) is an organization of horticulturists, conservationists, scientists, and educators all interested in sharing knowledge and news of carnivorous plants. Since its founding in 1972, the Society has been an integral part of the carnivorous plant world.
Lenny Gallego South Florida Carnivorous Plant Society A Carnivorous plant society that was created for those who wanted to experience the World of Carnivorous Plants Of South Florida.
Jeremiah Harris Colorado Carnivorous Plant Society (CCPS) This site is dedicated to Carnivorous Plant growers in the Colorado region. The site Has a lot of photos specializing in Nepenthes. More photos are added weekly. We have a few of the basic carnivorous plants for sale but more will be added shortly.
NECPS New England Carnivorous Plant Society webpage The official online repository and source for all news, photos, and literature pertaining to the New England Carnivorous Plant Society (est. 2003). Contains meeting minutes, photos of CPs and events, feature program hand-outs (typically culture information), links, society news and particulars, and contact information for school visits or questions. Also to include grow- and want- lists of members for trading and informational purposes.
Sarabia Drosophyllum: Asociación Española de Plantas Carnívoras Drosophyllum: Spanish Carnivorous Plants Society: Our Society, the first of its kind in Spain - was born with the motive to make known our fans, promote the conservation of carnivorous plants species and their natural habitats (which in many cases are critically endangered), excursions of interest that are related to carnivorous plants, disseminating information about them, publish a magazine of periodic appearance, create a seed bank, exhibitions and lectures, keep a small library ...
Kevin Zhang Mid-Atlantic Carnivorous Plant Society The Mid-Atlantic Carnivorous Plant Society is a group of carnivorous plant enthusiasts from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and the surrounding area. We hold four meetings throughout the year, go on trips, and exchange cultivation advice. ​
Forbes Conrad Los Angeles Carnivorous Plant Society Homepage of the Los Angeles Carnivorous Plant Society. The LACPS is the largest forum in Southern California for discussing and trading carnivorous plants.
Eric PARTRAT A world of Pinguicula A small international group of Pinguicula lovers (everybody can join us to help): All about Pinguicula (pictures, habitats, maps, descriptions, growing tips...) Preservation of as many species, forms and hybrids truly identified of genus Pinguicula as possible in culture and to preserve indirectly wild populations from field collecting(Swap lists from members on-line).
Francesco Ravagli AIPCnet - Official site of the Italian Carnivorous Plant Society AIPCnet is the official site of the AIPC, the Italian Carnivorous Plant Society. The site is in Italian, and offers many services for members of the AIPC and for anyone interested in carnivorous plants. Services include access to the italian cp mailing list and irc channel, access to the AIPC library and seed bank and articles dealing with carnivorous plants.

 

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