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Utricularia tridentata - Ciparados De Serra ?


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#1 Christian

 
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Posted 21 August 2011 - 09:12 AM

Hi all,

i am growing a plant with the location "Ciparados De Serra", but can't find that place in the internet. Can somebody please tell me if there really is a place like "Ciparados De Serra"? I can't find anything with this name and so i think, there must be something wrong (or am i just blind?).

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Posted 21 August 2011 - 10:12 AM

Hi all,

i am growing a plant with the location "Ciparados De Serra", but can't find that place in the internet. Can somebody please tell me if there really is a place like "Ciparados De Serra"? I can't find anything with this name and so i think, there must be something wrong (or am i just blind?).

Christian

Hello Christian
May be it´s Aparados da Serra
Aparados da Serra bzw. Itaimbezinho heißt das Bergland an der Bruchkante der Hochebene zur Küstenregion an der Grenze zwischen Rio Grande do Sul und Santa Catarina im Süden Brasiliens, es ist eine von Brasiliens interessantesten Natursehenswürdigkeiten. Es grenzt an die Serra Geral, beides sind Nationalparks im Bereich der Mata Atlântica.
Regards Alexander

Edited by fischermans, 22 August 2011 - 16:44 PM.


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Posted 21 August 2011 - 21:40 PM

I'm not aware of this location but I had something similar with a U. longifolia I acquired a few months back. It is supposed to be from Catotes, Brazil. However, I cannot find reference to this location anywhere. Interestingly, this plant grows much larger than any of my others in the same conditions.

If anyone reading this thread knows of Catotes. BR, please share the info...

#4 Sean Spence

 
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Posted 22 August 2011 - 08:00 AM

I'm not aware of this location but I had something similar with a U. longifolia I acquired a few months back. It is supposed to be from Catotes, Brazil. However, I cannot find reference to this location anywhere. Interestingly, this plant grows much larger than any of my others in the same conditions.

If anyone reading this thread knows of Catotes. BR, please share the info...


No idea about the U. tridentata, but I am growing a form of U. longifolia that is labelled as originating from Catoles, Brazil.

#5 Carlos Rohrbacher

 
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Posted 26 August 2011 - 00:35 AM

Hi people,

the people change the names and make a big confusion with brazilian plant locations. :whistle3:

Catolés is a city in the Chapada Diamantina Region, in Bahia State:
http://www.panoramio.../photo/20252903

Aparados da Serra is a national park in southern Brazil (have a beautiful canyons):
http://www.bemtevibr...r/aparados.html

Regards.

#6 Fernando Rivadavia

 
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Posted 19 September 2011 - 17:07 PM

Catolés is a small "village" in the municipality of Piatã or Rio de Contas (can't remember now). This is where I found in 2005 the largest U.longifolia ever recorded, see this link:

http://www.cpukforum...=1

Thus, I am not surprised that your plants are larger. :)

And yes, U.tridentata from Aparados da Serra is another one of my collections.



Best wishes,
Fernando

#7 Paulo Minatel

 
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Posted 20 September 2011 - 00:30 AM

Hi Fernando,

Actually, Catolés is a district of Abaíra! ;-)




Best wishes,
Paulo

#8 Fernando Rivadavia

 
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Posted 06 November 2011 - 05:36 AM

Of course, Abaíra! Thanks!!