Mujinamo

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  1. Hello from CA, USA!

    Welcome! I am from California too! You should find a carnivorous plant society near you and attend some meetings if there is one close by.
  2. Bad bicalcarata

    Wow that's a really nice recovery!
  3. N. ventricosa x (maxima x talangensis)

    Clicking on the links works now, although it wasn't working before. Nice plant!
  4. N. ventricosa x (maxima x talangensis)

    Your pictures aren't showing up for me.
  5. Krzysio's Nepenthes

    That robcantleyi is so red! I didn't know it could be that color.
  6. Trip Borneo!

    Very nice pictures. The Drosera looks like spatulata.
  7. The plants look beautiful! I wonder if there were any Utricularia in the pond.
  8. CPUK Forum Error when accessing page

    I have been having problems on and off with accessing the site too.
  9. Utricularia, vegetative parts

    Very nice pictures! What did you use to take them? I'm also curious what your growing medium is.
  10. Hello from Las Vegas, Nevada USA

    Welcome! It's quite impressive that you are growing Nepenthes in Las Vegas given the climate over there.
  11. Drosera dielsiana in situ

    That's really cool. Did you see any other CPs in the area?
  12. It's really a shame to hear that Carnivoria has changed, seemingly for the worst. It was the first nursery I imported plants from and the great experience I had that time convinced me to import more often.
  13. Drosera Rotundifolia natural habitant inGreece!

    This is very interesting. Thanks for sharing!
  14. How did everyone start??

    I saw the book Killer Plants at the school library in 2nd grade and became obsessed with the plants.
  15. Sarracenia alata, Texas

    Thanks for the pictures, it looks like the surrounding vegetation is slowly overtaking the Sarracenia unfortunately.