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  1. Hello Rob, nothing special, south African winter growing sundews grow well in Mediterranean climate, I live in central Italy. Substrate 50% mineral and 50% peat. Absolutely bone dry from dormancy (around end of April) till the beginning of Autumn. In that period I keep pots inisde, in a garage. Then from beginning of Autumn I start watering, initially just few water from above, then when the plants are in vegetation I keep some water in the tray. In winter minimum temps around 0°C. Mau
  2. Hello all, at this link of Italian CP Society website - https://www.aipcnet.it/carnivorous-docs/ - you can find and download, in addition to some interesting Pdf-English version of some articles published on our journal, the following "Special Issues", numbers of our newsletter completely devoted to one subject: - “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 - “Carnivorous field trip in Abruzzo” – by Gabriele Basso - And the new “Expedition to Western Australia” – by Boaz Ng Here some pictures from the new PDF “Expedition to Western Australia”. Maurizio Saroldi, AIPC Editor
  3. Hello all, at this link of Italian CP Society website - https://www.aipcnet.it/carnivorous-docs/ - you can find and download, in addition to some interesting Pdf-English version of some articles published on our journal, the following "Special Issues", numbers of our newsletter completely devoted to one subject: - “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 - “Carnivorous field trip in Abruzzo” – by Gabriele Basso - And the new “Expedition to Western Australia” – by Boaz Ng Here some pictures from the new PDF “Expedition to Western Australia”. Maurizio Saroldi, AIPC Editor
  4. Dear All, We are glad to to inform you that the PDF-English version of AIPC Magazine n.1 (2018) completely dedicated to a field trip in Abruzzo is finally ready. Abruzzo is a marvellous region from a naturalistic point of view, but also rich in culture and traditions and, above all, in Pinguicula (three species, P. vulgaris and the endemic P. fiorii and P. vallis-regiae, two subspecies, P. vulgaris subsp. ernicaand P. vulgaris subsp. vestina; we present also P. vulgaris subsp. anzalonei wich occurs just across the border of the region). Unfortunately, this is also a wounded land, struck in recent years by devastating earthquakes that have caused many victims. AIPC has dedicated an entire magazine to this beautiful region and started a fundraising through the sale of this journal in Italy and abroad. This was certainly a spontaneous, symbolic almost dutiful act, immediately shared by the Board and all the members of AIPC. We have decided to donate the funds collected to the population of Campotosto, a village in Abruzzo that has the sad record of having been near the epicentres of the worst earthquakes that have recently struck central Italy. Obviously at the end of the fundraising we will inform you of the amount obtained thanks to your help. You have 3 options: - you can donate 20 € or more and you will receive the hard copy of the journal in Italian and the PDF-English version (shipping costs included) - you can donate 5 € or more to recieve just the PDF-English version - if you're not interested neither in the journal nor in the PDF-English version you can donate the amount you prefer (also less than 20 €). Here the link to the page of our website where you can find more info on the way of donation: LINK Many thanks for your help! Maurizio Saroldi, AIPC Editor Here some pictures from the PDF
  5. Dear All, We are glad to to inform you that the PDF-English version of AIPC Magazine n.1 (2018) completely dedicated to a field trip in Abruzzo is finally ready. Abruzzo is a marvellous region from a naturalistic point of view, but also rich in culture and traditions and, above all, in Pinguicula (three species, P. vulgaris and the endemic P. fiorii and P. vallis-regiae, two subspecies, P. vulgaris subsp. ernicaand P. vulgaris subsp. vestina; we present also P. vulgaris subsp. anzalonei wich occurs just across the border of the region). Unfortunately, this is also a wounded land, struck in recent years by devastating earthquakes that have caused many victims. AIPC has dedicated an entire magazine to this beautiful region and started a fundraising through the sale of this journal in Italy and abroad. This was certainly a spontaneous, symbolic almost dutiful act, immediately shared by the Board and all the members of AIPC. We have decided to donate the funds collected to the population of Campotosto, a village in Abruzzo that has the sad record of having been near the epicentres of the worst earthquakes that have recently struck central Italy. Obviously at the end of the fundraising we will inform you of the amount obtained thanks to your help. You have 3 options: - you can donate 20 € or more and you will receive the hard copy of the journal in Italian and the PDF-English version (shipping costs included) - you can donate 5 € or more to recieve just the PDF-English version - if you're not interested neither in the journal nor in the PDF-English version you can donate the amount you prefer (also less than 20 €). Here the link to the page of our website where you can find more info on the way of donation: LINK Many thanks for your help! Maurizio Saroldi, AIPC Editor Here some pictures from the PDF
  6. Thanks to all of you, sorry for my late reply. These plants are from seeds I obtained from a single plant that I had. I use a mix of calcareous sand, vermiculite and just few peat. Seeds germinated quite easily in may 2018, I kept the plantlets inside, in front of a window till fall, then inside a terrarium under LED, nothing special. Mau
  7. Thanks all. To Rogier: Plants are of a friend of mine, however he has not P. colimensis to share, furthermore he is not interested in P. tina, sorry
  8. Here some pictures of my pants, I hope you like them. Maurizio D: coccipetala D. lowriei 'giant' D. macrophylla D. whittakeri
  9. Hi all, here some pictures from the collection of a frien of minem, Gabriele, I hope you like them. Maurizio P. acuminata P. acuminata P. pilosa P. pilosa P. immaculata P. immaculata P. immaculata P. agnata P. colimensis P. zecheri P. gigantea P. esseriana And not two Cuban pings P. jackii P. filifolia