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  1. AIPC - Italian CP SOciety - is proud to have published an article by S. Jost Casper on Pinguicula sehuensis, the first butterwort reported from Sardinia and, as he writes "...the most important contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Pinguicula (Lentibulariaceae) in Europe during the past fifty years...". Here you can freely download the pdf English version of the article: CARNIVOROUS DOCS (you have just to click on the banner). Besides, on the same number of our journal (AIPC Magazine n. 40, vol. 2 June 2016) we have also published an interesting field trip report by Gabriele Basso who, in 2015, visited Sardinia to observe P. sehuensis in the wild. You can freely download the Italian pdf version here: MAGAZINE ONLINE (click on Pinguicula sehuensis. In the pdf you can find first Casper's article in Italian and following Basso's article with many beautiful pictures in the wild). I hope you like them. MAurizio Saroldi AIPC Editor
  2. AIPC - Italian CP SOciety - is proud to have published an article by S. Jost Casper on Pinguicula sehuensis, the first butterwort reported from Sardinia and, as he writes "...the most important contribution to the taxonomy of the genus Pinguicula (Lentibulariaceae) in Europe during the past fifty years...". Here you can freely download the pdf English version of the article: CARNIVOROUS DOCS (you have just to click on the banner). Besides, on the same number of our journal (AIPC Magazine n. 40, vol. 2 June 2016) we have also published an interesting field trip report by Gabriele Basso who, in 2015, visited Sardinia to observe P. sehuensis in the wild. You can freely download the Italian pdf version here: MAGAZINE ONLINE (click on Pinguicula sehuensis. In the pdf you can find first Casper's article in Italian and following Basso's article with many beautiful pictures in the wild). I hope you like them. MAurizio Saroldi AIPC Editor
  3. Yes Aymeric, the text is absolutely the same (just a different graphic composition of the articles, more pics in AIPC's one) ...the author wrote first the article for Italian CP Society (it was published on the number of December 2015 of AIPC Magazine) and then, because of the value of that work, we have decided to share it with other CP Societies. Maurizio
  4. On Italian CP Society website you can download the pdf English version of "Pinguicula ramosa Miyoshi: a botanical review" by Hiro Shimai, published on AIPCMagazine 40 (december 2015). Here is the link: http://www.aipcnet.it/index.php/component/content/article/2-associazione/569-carnivorous-docs.html MaurizioSaroldi AIPC Editor
  5. D.aff. stolonifera giant hills form D. porrecta D. rupicola D. ramellosa D. monantha D. macrophylla D. browniana U.menziesii Mau
  6. Hello all, at this link of Italian CP Society website - CARNIVOROUS DOCS - you can now find, in addition to some interesting Pdf-English version of some articles published on our journal, also the following "Special Issues": - The Mexican Pinguicula - by Gabriele Basso - The Drosera petiolaris complex - by Maurizio Saroldi - A tour of the Venezuelan Gran Sabana and some of its Tepuis -by Andy Smith You can now freely download these SpeciaI Issue, that until now were sold for raising funds for conservation projects. We thank all those who have purchased them, as they have contributed to our conservation projects. Maurizio Saroldi, AIPC Editor
  7. Awakening

    D. lowriei giant D. whittakeri D. squamosa D. stolonifera subsp. prostrata D. magna '> D. macrophylla subsp. macrophylla D. macrophylla subsp. monantha D. aff. stolonifera Small D. coccipetala born from seeds last year coming out of dormancy Maurizio
  8. Thanks all of you. To Markus: maybe it is one of your plants taken at EEE in Padua last year. I don't remember if I took it from you or from Olive Gluch. Mau
  9. EEE 2014

    To reach Botanical Garden from Venice Airport: Cab. It has to be reserved within 72 hours before, writing to info@veneziaportaest.com with the subject "EEE2014 - Padova". There are special rates and they can organize groups thus reducing the expense. You can find the HelpDesk in the Arrival Hall (here a map http://www.veneziaportaest.com/docs/EN_desk_veneziaportaest.pdf) Here the special rates, Prices VAT included: Up to 2 pax: € 88,00 Up to 4 pax: € 99,00 Up to 6 pax: € 110,00 Up to 8 pax: € 121,00 Night Surcharge (21.00/07.00): + € 11,00 per transfer Prepayment via bank transfer, visa/mastercard or paypal. More expensive but simpler and faster than bus. The travel takes about 1 hour. Bus. At the airport you will find the reception service where you can make the ticket (€ 8.50). There is a bus each hour (8:05, 9:05, 10:05 ...) that arrives in Padua near the train station. Then you have to take the metro (€ 1.50) to arrive at Piazza delle Erbe or S. Antonio. So low prices but a little complicated and it takes about 2 hours.
  10. EEE 2014

    Dear friends, Click HERE to have all the info about: EEE program how to reach the Botanical Garden lectures (the list will be probably updated soon) selling area where you can eat (remember that if you want to have the packed lunch or to partecipate to the Saturday dinner you have to book and pay in advance within August, 31th) where to sleep All the best Maurizio Saroldi
  11. Some pics from the collection of a friend of mine, Gabriele P. mariae. The flowers show a great variability. A huge flower with a little white spot P. mariae... a really wonderful species P. corsica from Creno lake P. hirtiflora from Vietri. Here an impressive big flowering plant Maurizio
  12. Pinguicula identification

    Hi all, a friend of mine has a Pinguicula, certainly a hybrid, waiting for an identification. The plant has appeared in a pot in which he used to grow P. nevadensis. Does anybody have an idea? Maurizio The mother plant is the central and biggest one with the highest flower scape Notice how large is the plant... it will become also larger toward the end of the growing season