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  1. Tickets for the EEE are €10,- This includes: 3 days entree to the hortus botanicus Leiden, 3x coffee, 1 pastry on Saturday. The Indonesian conference diner is on Saturday evening and cost €28,50. Link to buy ticket: https://frontoffice.paylogic.nl/?event_id=118510&point_of_sale_id=1931 The EEE starts at 12:30 with an introduction by hortus botanicus director Paul Kessler. 13:00 is the first lecture. Friday 11th of August – Speakers: 12:30 - 13:00 Paul Kessler, Introduction 13:00 – 13:45 Raisal Haq, Indonesia – Nepenthacea. 14:15 – 15:00 Yupi Isnaini, Indonesia – Nepenthes; Tissue culture. 15:30 – 16:30 Christian Dietz, Germany – South African Drosera. Saturday 12th of August – Speakers: 10:30 – 11:30 Miloslav Studnicka, Czech Republic – Utricularia spec. reniformis vs cornigera. 13:30 – 14:30 Joachim Nerz, Germany – Nepenthes in habitat. 14:45 Pastry 15:30 – 16:30 Laurent Taerwe, Belgium – Nepenthes; Threads and conservation. Sunday 13th of August – Speakers: 10:30 – 11:30 Michael & Caroline Schöner, Germany – Nepenthes; Symbioses with bats. 13:30 – 14:30 Simon Poppinga, Germany – Utricularia; Trap function and movements. 15:00 – 16:00 Damien Jouen, France – Drosera Petiolaris-complex. During the conference the hortus is open from 10:00 to 18:00 which are also the opening hours of the Carnivorous plant market.
  2. Tickets for the EEE are €10,- This includes: 3 days entree to the hortus botanicus Leiden, 3x coffee, 1 pastry on Saturday. The Indonesian conference diner is on Saturday evening and cost €28,50. Link to buy ticket: https://frontoffice.paylogic.nl/?event_id=118510&point_of_sale_id=1931 The EEE starts at 12:30 with an introduction by hortus botanicus director Paul Kessler. 13:00 is the first lecture. Friday 11th of August – Speakers: 12:30 - 13:00 Paul Kessler, Introduction 13:00 – 13:45 Raisal Haq, Indonesia – Nepenthacea. 14:15 – 15:00 Yupi Isnaini, Indonesia – Nepenthes; Tissue culture. 15:30 – 16:30 Christian Dietz, Germany – South African Drosera. Saturday 12th of August – Speakers: 10:30 – 11:30 Miloslav Studnicka, Czech Republic – Utricularia spec. reniformis vs cornigera. 13:30 – 14:30 Joachim Nerz, Germany – Nepenthes in habitat. 14:45 Pastry 15:30 – 16:30 Laurent Taerwe, Belgium – Nepenthes; Threads and conservation. Sunday 13th of August – Speakers: 10:30 – 11:30 Michael & Caroline Schöner, Germany – Nepenthes; Symbioses with bats. 13:30 – 14:30 Simon Poppinga, Germany – Utricularia; Trap function and movements. 15:00 – 16:00 Damien Jouen, France – Drosera Petiolaris-complex. During the conference the hortus is open from 10:00 to 18:00 which are also the opening hours of the Carnivorous plant market.
  3. You can register for the EEE by clicking the link. If it does't work, copy/past to your browser. https://frontoffice.paylogic.nl/?event_id=118510&point_of_sale_id=1931
  4. Mirek Srba's http://sarracenia.cz/eshop/en/ is also attending the EEE as a seller.
  5. Sellers list during the EEE: Http://Www.araflora.nlHttp://Www.wistuba.comhttp://www.vleesetendeplantshop.behttp://www.hungryplants.nl/defaultnl.htmhttp://vegetalementcarnivor.wixsite.com ... s/service2Ralf Vester - Kulturgefässe aus plexiglas für Utricularia und GenliseaNo website.
  6. Speakers: V Joachim Nerz – Germany. Topic: Nepenthes in habitat. V Miloslav Studnicka – Czech Republic. Topic: Utricularia spec. reniformis vs cornigera. V Damien Jouen – France. Topic: Drosera Petiolaris Complex. V Michael & Caroline Schoner – Germany. Topic: Nepenthes and Bats. V Christian Dietz – Germany. Topic: South African Drosera. V Laurent Taerwe – Belgium. Topic: Nepenthes; Threads and Conservation. V Simon Poppinga – Germany. Topic: Utricularia; Trap function and movements. V Raisal Haq – Indonesia. Topic: Nepenthacea. V Yupi Isnaini – Indonesia. Topic: Nepenthes; tissue culture.
  7. Speakers: V Joachim Nerz – Germany. Topic: Nepenthes in habitat. V Miloslav Studnicka – Czech Republic. Topic: Utricularia spec. reniformis vs cornigera. V Damien Jouen – France. Topic: Drosera Petiolaris Complex. V Michael & Caroline Schoner – Germany. Topic: Nepenthes and Bats. V Christian Dietz – Germany. Topic: South African Drosera. V Laurent Taerwe – Belgium. Topic: Nepenthes; Threads and Conservation. V Simon Poppinga – Germany. Topic: Utricularia; Trap function and movements. V Raisal Haq – Indonesia. Topic: Nepenthacea. V Yupi Isnaini – Indonesia. Topic: Nepenthes; tissue culture.
  8. Our list of Carnivorous plants sellers: Http://Www.araflora.nlHttp://Www.wistuba.comhttp://www.vleesetendeplantshop.behttp://www.hungryplants.nl/defaultnl.htmhttp://vegetalementcarnivor.wixsite.com ... s/service2Ralf Vester - Kulturgefässe aus plexiglas für Utricularia und GenliseaNo website.
  9. This year the EEE will be held in Leiden, the Netherlands. Website is now live:http://www.carnivora.nl/2017 - EEE Eng.html In the following days here you can find all the information you need about speakers, sellers, conference diner and how to get there. You can also visit our Facebookpage: https://www.facebook.com/events/657289561112888/
  10. I was reading here and searching for some light combinations... This man uses 3000K for a Heliamphora. I'm wondering if it's a good idea to add one of this color to my 6500 K lamps. http://icps.proboards.com/post/35741
  11. I looked up some photo's. Not my best ones, but you'll get an impression. In the right upper corner you can see a red P. alpina, but i didn't noticed then. I was just amazed about the fact that they were flowering in the end of august. Probably because of the snow. https://www.icloud.com/photostream/nl-nl/#A35yeZFhGwYhb8 Its funny btw. I always liked you're cp-travels and now, when you are going to Europe and the Alps i'm going to visit Mount Roraima.
  12. You should go to the Susten Pass near the Stein glacier. When you are there, don't forget to look out for Pinguicula.
  13. Darlingtonia? Some hardy pings?
  14. Eye for detail;)