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  1. Hello everybody, please, does anybody have new catalog for 2020 from Allen Lowrie?
  2. Hi, how you are succesfull with growing of this species Utricularia delphinioides? If I will say a true...I have not problem with germinating of this species but afret germinating everytime small plants was death. I have new germianted small plants and I am trying with some experiments. I hope that this species will survive. with great respect Martin Spousta
  3. Hi, please, I want to ask you how you was succesfull with growing of U. simmonsii? I am still interested about this species.

    with great respect Martin Spousta

    email address: [email protected]

  4. Hi, please, I want to ask you how you was succesfull with growing of U. simmonsii? I am still interested about this species.

    with great respect Martin Spousta

    email address: [email protected]

  5. Yes, that is possibility. But I am sure that to get a permit for collected of seeds will be very hard. (I have one example: I was try to get a permit from India to collected a seeds of few very rare species of bladderworts of India and I was have many many problems to get this permition. I was make a comunication with National Authority almost three years until this year I was recieved a letter with final permition but I must to pay). In Mexico will be maybe more complicated to get that permition for Utricularia regia.
  6. Hi, impossibility to get this species in to the cultivation are two: 1) it is illegal to collected plants from Mexico without the permition. 2) this rare species grow only on the small places - it is steno-endemic species and location is realy hard to find because species is annual. Population is restored only by the seeds and that is reason why is it very vunerable and threatned species. If you are interested about some more information you have to wait for a new project - new book that we are prepare in this time together with Dr. Studnička and Jan Franta. You will see also few more pictures of Utricularia regia and amazing Utricularia petersoniae (and many many more) with beautiful flowers. I will keep you informed at this forum. http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=36143
  7. Hi, this species is not in cultivation. I am in comunication with a discoverer and I thing that it will be almost impossible to get this species to cultivation. Few information about this species and few more pictures you will also find in "catalog" Carnivorous plants and their biotopes - http://ivo.koudela.sweb.cz/items/Studnicka_Biotopes.html sincerely
  8. Hello everyone, I can not deny that I am not able to recognize the difference between Utriculara sp. "Hermanus" and U. sp. "Kerala". There would be nothing interesting except that the Hermanus is area in Africa, and Kerala in India. It may result only two more questions. The plant occurring on two continents? Or is this plant distributed under different names, because a mess of growers? However, it is beautiful bladderwort, right?
  9. Hi, to me looks like species Utricularia amethistina
  10. Hi, realy very interesting pictures of U. apendiculata. The white flowering aquatic species of Utricularia seems to belong Utricularia cymbantha - realy unique picture. Thanks for sharing.
  11. Dear friends, I would like to inform you about the initiated international exhibition Carnivorous plants and their biotopes. Official opening of the exhibition was on Sunday, 4.4.2010 in the Botanical Garden, Liberec http://www.botaniliberec.cz/novinky-4-dubna.php (very soon will be weblink about this exhibition in English language) These photographs were taken by 31 photographers from 21 countries have comment by Dr. Studnicka in Czech and English languages. The publication and exhibition presents many pictures which were not previously published (Utricularia albocaerulea, U. regia, Pinguicula lithophytica, P. algida etc.). The exhibition and exhibition catalog has in total 135 color photographs of CPs in their habitats. The catalog contains 184 pages. http://ivo.koudela.sweb.cz/items/Studnicka_Biotopes.html Martin Spousta
  12. Dear Fernando, I would like to show a photo to the public but we have permission to use this pictures only for exhibition CARNIVOROUS PLANTS AND THEIR BIOTOPES and for exhibition catalog, which will be introduced in April in Liberec. So, please I am sorry but images Utricularia regia I can not provide, because I must respect copyrights.
  13. Hello, I thing that it is Utricularia lateriflora.
  14. Dear Fernando, you have a true. When I read the description, I had some idea about the flower and venation color. But when I saw the first pictures it was much more impressive. This species is realy very cue and for me most beautiful species of terrestrial Utricularia.
  15. To Fernando: the pictures af Utricularia regia in the exhibition are only from nature (same like all pictures in this project), so in exhibition will be just a picture from wild, no from culture. I am sure that this species is not in culture yet.
  16. Hi, that is realy very interesting. I'll try to get more of this kind of information, especially photos. According to the description should be bright green color of flower, which is interesting for me. I agree with Fearnando, that will be some kind of the U. jamesoniana or U. asplundii - "time will tell us more" :-) I know of any other case - such as Utricularia regia it's in the Bob's CP Photofinder, but not in Jan's CP Database yet. A pictures of Utricularia regia will be introduce in the exhibition Carnivorous plants and their biotopes (and many more unusual species), which will be held at the Botanical Gardens Liberec in April 2010 (I will give more information about this project into this forum, very soon).
  17. Hi, it is not a hybrid, appears to be "problem with mixed herbarium items" in a Monograph by Prof. Taylor (1989) at the species Utricularia reniformis from multiple areas and up to now showed that they are two completely different species (germination of seeds, the seeds, flower)
  18. Hello everybody, I forward a link to the news from the Botanical Garden in Liberec, where Mr. Studnicka described a new species of the genus Utricularia. http://www.upjs.sk/public/media/4479/131-1...udnicka-upr.pdf sincerely
  19. Hi, I envy you a bit, in which area you live, because you have such beautiful plants all year in the garden. Almost the same view of Utricularia nelumbifolia how to grow in Vrisea sp. I got a chance to see just in the Botanical Gardens. Here in the "heart" of Europe is now dominated by the winter with minus temperatures and snow, as far as can see.
  20. Dear Christian, thanks a lot for sharing. I had the opportunity to see many pictures of this kind from the nature. Is it a very widespread species in southern Africa. Due to the large extension is not surprising that this sort of very variable. Whether it is the color of flowers, stem length and width of leaves. I have in my collection both form of leaf (wide and narrow form) and each behaves somewhat differently. I would not be surprised "description" of new species. African sundews would certainly deserve more botanical research. Picture of Dorsera cistiflora will be also represented at the exhibition Carnivorous plants and their biotopes, which will be held in the Botanic Gardens in Liberec. In March will be also presented catalog about exhibition in english language. (it will be about 130 pictures of carnivorous plants from around the world)
  21. Hi, I do not want to disappoint you but it's really only moos spore capsules.
  22. Hello, I am sure that this species is Utricularia caerulea.
  23. Hi, I am also not sure that it is realy true species Pinguicula primuliflora. I have also this species in collection and I am now in flowering Pinguicula caerulea and looks same like your flower.
  24. Hi, I have in culture already D. graminifolia, chrysolepis, arcturii and realy this three species are not so easy t grow. I have this species in hight humidity together with highland Nepenthes and U. campbelliana and other from this section and Drosera graminifolia in my condition need more ventilating like other D. arcturii and D. chrysolepis but we dont must forget also very important thing - not so hight temperature and many lights and max. temperature in my terrarium is 23 degreese and in the night I have temperature almost about 15 degreese. here is possible to buy some species http://www.czplants.com