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

Contents of the September 2020 Issue 49:3

  • Steve Clemesha (1942 - 2018) – the life of a plant enthusiast — Robert Gibson (PDF)
  • Evolution of the Cephalotus pitcher — John Brittnacher (PDF)
  • Small Butterwort (Pinguicula pumila) in its natural habitat — John Bradford and George Rogers
  • Evidence for motile suction traps in Utricularia westonii from Utricularia subgenus Polypompholyx — Simon Poppinga and Marco Pezzotta and Andreas Fleischmann
  • Lithophytic culture of Mexican Pinguicula — Alvin Liu (PDF)
  • Green Anoles as Sarracenia pollinators? — John Brueggen (PDF)
  • Education corner: ICPS Photo Contest — Kenny Coogan (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Steve Bunclark and Bob Ziemer and Andy Smith and Ding Weijie (PDF)
  • Sarracenia leucophylla, illustrated — Minnelli Lucy France (PDF)

Contents of the June 2020 Issue 49:2

  • 13th ICPS Conference - Japan: postponed until 2021 — Koji Kondo (PDF)
  • Preliminary identification of the agent causing the fungal disease of Aldrovanda vesiculosa — Iveta Svobodová and Lubomír Adamec (PDF)
  • Pinguicula antarctica Vahl and/or Pinguicula nahuelbutensis Gluch in the Cordillera de Nahuelbuta, Chile — S. Jost Casper (PDF)
  • True vivipary in two remarkable Pinguicula (Lentibulariaceae) from the Caribbean, P. lignicola and P. casabitoana — Paul Temple and Ivan Panco and Cristina M. Panfet Valdéz and Colmar A. Serra (PDF)
  • Drosera filiformis Raf. forma rubriflora J.Ksepka f. nov — Jason Ksepka (PDF)
  • Drosera filiformis Raf. forma viridis J.Ksepka f. nov — Jason Ksepka (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Brian Lipinski and Craig Heath and Stephen Wang and Mark Rubnitz and Miroslav Srba and Michael King and Laurent Taerwe and Ivan Bogdanov (PDF)
  • Names of carnivorous plant cultivars registered in 2019 (PDF)

Contents of the March 2020 Issue 49:1

  • ICPS Conference 2018 videos (PDF)
  • ICPS Conference 2020 - Update — Koji Kondo (PDF)
  • When three become two: Drosera coalara links Drosera citrina with Drosera nivea — Thilo Alexander Krueger and Andreas Fleischmann (PDF)
  • In pursuit of Mexican Pinguicula: a journey to northwestern Oaxaca — Martín Mata-Rosas and Julián Hernández-Rendón and María Magdalena Salinas-Rodríguez (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plants of the Western Australian granite outcrops — Boaz Ng (PDF)
  • Growing Genlisea — Rita Corino (PDF)
  • Butterflies love Sarracenia — Robert Barr (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Alexander Fisch and Jimmy Conner (PDF)
  • Book review: Flesh-Eating Plants of Newfoundland & Labrador and the Maritime Provinces — Barry Rice (PDF)

Contents of the December 2019 Issue 48:4

  • Kenny Coogan: ICPS Education Director (PDF)
  • An introduction to the San Diego Carnivorous Plant Society — Gerhart Haupt (PDF)
  • Dionaea traps selectively allow small animals to escape — Siegfried R. H. Hartmeyer and Irmgard Hartmeyer and Stephen E. Williams (PDF)
  • Quinone patterns and identification of Japanese Spider Leg Sundews (Drosera Sect. Arachnopus) — Jan Schlauer and Siegfried R. H. Hartmeyer and Irmgard Hartmeyer (PDF)
  • Drosera in the western USA — an update — Barry A. Rice (PDF)
  • Ode to the Sundew — Joyce Ferguson (PDF)
  • Stop sharing information, Dammit! You’re not helping! — Barry Rice (PDF)
  • Grow Venus flytraps indoors — John Brittnacher (PDF)
  • Quest for the origin of Heliamphora heterodoxa. Report of May 2018 expedition to Venezuela with carnivorous flora occurrences in the base areas of Ptari-tepui — Mateusz Wrazidlo (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Juan Moscoso and Julien Müller and Paolo Mattevi (PDF)

Contents of the September 2019 Issue 48:3

  • ICPS Conference 2020 — Koji Kondo (PDF)
  • In memory of a mentor — Don Schnell (1936—2019) — Barry Rice (PDF)
  • Hybrids of world populations of Aldrovanda vesiculosa — Yoshiaki Katagiri (PDF)
  • Chemistry and surface micromorphology of the Queensland sundews (Drosera section Prolifera) — Jan Schlauer and Siegfried R. H. Hartmeyer and Irmgard Hartmeyer (PDF)
  • Book review: Casper, S. Jost. 2019. The Insectivorous Genus Pinguicula (Lentibulariaceae) in the Greater Antilles — Yoannis Domínguez (PDF)
  • The Pinguicula benedicta “puzzle” resolved — Jan Schlauer (PDF)
  • The portrait of Pinguicula involuta Ruiz & Pavon in the “Flora Peruviana”: A botanic detective story — S. Jost Casper and Frank Hellwig (PDF)
  • Growing Drosera murfetii — Mark S. Anderson (PDF)
  • The Venus flytrap: how commercial nurserymen and plant conservationists might co-operate to preserve wild populations and avoid a federal listing as endangered — Thomas Gibson and Don Waller (PDF)
  • The Florida flytrap mystery is solved — Jim Miller (PDF)
  • Green Anole drinking nectar from Sarracenia alata — John Brueggen (PDF)
  • A note on Drosera seed dispersal — Jason Ksepka (PDF)
  • A fascinating realm — Chris Kim (PDF)
  • From nature to sculpture: an artist’s journey — Pamela Tripp (PDF)
  • Review of recent taxonomic literature — Jan Schlauer (PDF)

Contents of the June 2019 Issue 48:2

  • ICPS Board update — Richard Nunn (PDF)
  • Field observations of Byblis in Australia — Thilo Krueger (PDF)
  • Evidence of motile traps in Byblis — Gregory Allan (PDF)
  • Nocturnal and diurnal digestive responses in Byblis gigantea, Drosophyllum lusitanicum, and Roridula gorgonias — Gregory Allan (PDF)
  • Observations and tests on cultivated tropical Byblis — Siegfried R. H. Hartmeyer and Irmgard Hartmeyer (PDF)
  • Byblis in cultivation in the tropics and in temperate climates — Gregory Allan and Cindy Chiang (PDF)
  • Perennial Byblis indoor cultivation — Anthony (Paul) Bell (PDF)
  • An amateur's experiences with Byblis germination — Hawken Carlton (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Drew Martinez and Bily Guillaume and Thibault Barin (PDF)
  • Names of carnivorous plant cultivars registered in 2018 — Jan Schlauer (PDF)

Contents of the March 2019 Issue 48:1

  • Sarracenia jonesii f. viridescens: A new combination in Sarraceniaceae — Barry Rice (PDF)
  • New sundew quinone and emergence data — Jan Schlauer and Siegfried R. H. Hartmeyer and Irmgard Hartmeyer and Holger Hennern and Anja Hennern (PDF)
  • Quinones from 'Gondwanan' sundews — Jan Schlauer and Thomas Carow and Andreas Fleischmann (PDF)
  • Jim Bockowski (1943-2018) — Jay Lechtman (PDF)
  • Pitchers for the public! The Meadowview story (Part 1) — Phil Sheridan (PDF)
  • Growing a magnificent sundew: Germination and cultivation of Drosera magnifica from seed — Christian Dietz and Marcel van den Broek (PDF)
  • In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael — Jim Miller (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Luca Gambini and Guillaume Bily and Jason Ksepka and Josh Lynch (PDF)

Contents of the December 2018 Issue 47:4

  • Erratum — Andreas Fleischmann and Fernando Rivadavia and Paulo M. Gonella (PDF)
  • ICPS Conference 2018, Santa Rosa, California — Patrick Quinn and Mark S. Anderson and Maggie Chen and John Christmann and Rebecca Robinson and Carson Trexler and Noah Yawn (PDF)
  • The 2018 ICPS Grand Expedition in California and Oregon — Barry A. Rice (PDF)
  • Adrian Slack (1933-2018) — Nigel Hewitt-Cooper and Paul Gardner and Paul Temple and Dennis Balsdon (PDF)
  • The long overdue recognition of Sarracenia rubra subsp. viatorum — Barry A. Rice (PDF)
  • Contribution to knowledge of Sarracenia 'Adrian Slack' genetic background — Miroslav Srba (PDF)
  • Possible pollinators for two Japanese Pinguicula species — Hiro Shimai (PDF)
  • Sand wick for Cephalotus — David Colbourn (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Chris Rawlings and Andrea Amici and Miroslav Srba and Michael King (PDF)

Contents of the September 2018 Issue 47:3

  • Drosera filiformis, D. tracyi, and their hybrids: a photo essay — John Brittnacher (PDF)
  • In search of Andean Pinguicula — Danel Josu Aranoa (PDF)
  • Finding Drosera condor on the Peru/Ecuador Border — Fernando Rivadavia (PDF)
  • Hunting and killing plants for science — Barry A. Rice (PDF)
  • My experiences over-winter with Pinguicula planifolia — Jim Miller (PDF)
  • On the cultivation of Drosera magnifica Rivadavia & Gonella, the Facebook Sundew — Nigel Hewitt-Cooper (PDF)
  • Propagation of Drosera magnifica Rivadavia & Gonella in vitro — Manuel Reimansteiner (PDF)
  • In vitro culture of Drosera magnifica — Lukas Hausherr (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Stefano Lascialfari and Christina Toole and Mike Wang and Andrea Amici (PDF)
  • Farewell to Adrian Slack — Barry Rice (PDF)

Contents of the June 2018 Issue 47:2

  • Additional taxonomic features of Pinguicula chilensis — Aymeric Roccia (PDF)
  • An account of Nepenthes ampullaria Jack — Richard Nunn (PDF)
  • An informal population report and observation of phenotypic variance and habitat of the Alabama Canebrake Pitcher Plant Sarracenia alabamensis Case & R.B. Case subsp. alabamensis (Sarraceniaceae) — Noah D. Yawn (PDF)
  • Germination rate and longevity of seeds of Aldrovanda vesiculosa and Utricularia vulgaris — Lubomir Adamec (PDF)
  • Big Lagoon Bog — Bob Ziemer (PDF)
  • Those plants won't grow in your climate — James Bowen (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Mark Rubnitz and Klaus Ivanez and Richard Nunn and Chiem Nguyen Anh Vu (PDF)
  • Names of carnivorous plant cultivars registered in 2017; Nomenclatural novelties (sensu ICN) published in Carnivorous Plant Newsletter (2017) (PDF)
  • 12th ICPS Conference (PDF)

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 (PDF)
  • Sundew chemistry and emergence updates — Jan Schlauer and Siegfried R. H. Hartmeyer and Irmgard Hartmeyer and Holger Hennern and Anja Hennern (PDF)
  • 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 (PDF)
  • Propagation of some tuberous Drosera by leaf cutting — Robert Gibson (PDF)
  • The use of the right words: why carnitropism is inaccurate for carnivorous plants. Suggestion to reject the term carnitropism — Aurlien Bour (PDF)
  • New cultivars — Paul Young and Steve Sullivan and Carson Trexler (PDF)
  • Register now for the ICPS field trip (7-11 August 2018) — Damon Collingsworth (PDF)

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