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  1. Alexis, your theory has errors because others autumn species, for example S.alata, ruba, they not have white pitchers.
  2. Banana


    Best of my "yellow" flavas. Pics from today. Which one is "Goldie" ?
  3. Banana

    Goldie quiz

  4. From Cedric's shop: Wilkerson's white knight - 250EUR oh my God, that is the diamond?
  5. It is a pity, he offered rare plants every year.
  6. Hi Meizwang, this is a terrible story. Can you talk to the landowners? Is it possible to protect this site itself? Take scythes and saws ... Do not let plants become extinct. Here in the Czech Republic the situation is similar. One of the last prosperous sites P.bohemica is protected by DARWINIANA (Carnivorous Plant Growers Society) . Lot of volunteers help to protect this site with saws and scythes
  7. Where did you buy it? This plant is definitely fake Only vegetative propagation is allowed. For example: when you buy a seedling is not the same as the parent plant, common mistake.
  8. Slovakia, Slovensky raj? There are lots of carnivorous plants . I have been there
  9. Really sad story. The last possibility is dig endangered plants up. I can understand this foolishness in developing countries but in the U.S. it's sad. Money makes the world go round.
  10. By the way, Why HCW extinct? Are there any other plants?
  11. Where herbcides are used? Are used on a natural sites directly? I can imagine application close to roads or city parks ets..? Can you explain it in more detail please? THX
  12. Where is located? How about postage?
  13. Amazing pictures. Why Hurricane Creek is extinct? You know more detailed information about it?
  14. That is really amazing observe Drosophyllum in such dry habitat. I suppose that key factors are frequent morning fog, permeable soil moist at the roots.
  15. Last week I made ​​a long journey to visit two natural sites with Drosophyllum lusitanicum in Andalusia, Los Alcornocales, aprox. 620 meters under see level. That is really interesting to see Drosophyllum in such a dry habitat. First site is a sunny open space , the soil consists mainly of sandstone. Temperature 23C ( The sea is located about 40 km away,temperature by sea 30C) Soil consists mainly of absorbent sandstone, which is important to absorb and retain rainwater: Second site, under the branches of Cork Oak (Quercus suber), soil has a higher content of humus Drosophyllum growing on a slope Quercus suber View of the Los Alcornocales