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  1. Dear Greg-san, Konnichiwa! Beautiful beautiful! Could you please post some photos of the pedicels of Byblis sp. Pilbara compared with its leaves. It would be useful for understanding this species for all members. Kind regards from the Far East
  2. Dear Fernando-san, Konnichiwa! AMAZING!!! from the Far East
  3. Dear Andreas Eils-san, Konnichiwa! This species(triggerplant003) is Stylidium crossocephalum. I always enjoy cultivating triggerplants from Mr. Allen Lowrie. I am a horticulturist not a taxonomist. So please ask Mr. Allen Lowrie any species questions. There are many undescribed species in this genus. Kind regards from the Far East
  4. Dear Jimscott-san, Konnichiwa! This one is one of my favourites. Kind regards from the Far East
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  11. Dear Alexander-san, Konnichiwa! Thank you very much for your beautiful photos!!! I can see Mt. Nyoho from my house. It takes 1.5-2 hours by car from my house. Both Pinguicula ramosa(Please see my personal photo, not avator) and Pinguicula macroseras grow in the mountain. Mt. Nyoho that is familiar to me is in Tochigi Prefecture, not Akita-Pref.. 36°48'45.11"N 139°32'17.11"E. There are a lot of mountains that have same name in Japan. So I'm not sure. Another Mt. Nyoho is in Wakayama-Pref.. It is written in another Kanji(Chinese characters). Mt. Nyoho might exist also in Akita Prefecture
  12. Dear maurizio-san, Konnichiwa! BEAUTIFUL!!!
  13. Title: Byblis aff. filifolia F44 “entire wine stained backs form” Konnichiwa! In 2007, Mr. Allen Lowrie presented me with the seeds of F44. F44: B. aff. filifolia "plants to 55cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface yellow with red wine stained margins" Weaber Plains, Kimberley, Western Australia. (The F is my code letter abbreviation and the number represents the clone type in Byblis filifolia complex) All clones were very beautiful, and most attractive. One clone in particular was very interesting. Please see the photo1: Almost all parts of the abaxial (back) surface of this clone is red w
  14. Konnichiwa! I do hope the authors. K. Fukushima; K. Imamura; K. Nagano; and Y. Hoshi of the paper “Contrasting patterns of 5S and 45A evolutions…” will add some more Byblis species to their research once they have been formally described by Mr. Allen Lowrie and his colleague Dr John Conran. For example, all the new Byblis species as well as the potential type form of Byblis filifolia from the Biota project that were presented by Mr. Allen Lowrie in his Byblis presentation at the International Carnivorous Plant Society conference in Leiden, The Netherlands in Aug. 2010. Kind regards
  15. Title: Byblis aff. filifolia ‘Carson River blackish-maroon zigzag stem’ In 1999, I obtained F03: Byblis aff. filifolia "outer flower surface lemon" Carson River, Kimberley from Mr. Allen Lowrie. (The F is my code letter abbreviation and the number represents the clone type in Byblis filifolia complex) I remember I was enchanted with F03 when I first grew it. However, at the time I had other specific breeding purposes and F03 was not suitable then for my breeding program. In 1999, I only produced seeds with F03 and preserved them in the refrigerator at the end of their growth cycle in 1999. R
  16. Title: Polygenic inheritance Konnichiwa! I have often wondered if the unique flower character of DT14 was managed by polygenes. Now that I have gathered addition data on this line of inquiry I now sense that this character maybe managed by polygenes. I think the flower size and the flower shape of Byblis are also possibly managed by polygenes. In my breeding program I have found it extremely difficult to fix the flower size of Byblis. I believe the reason for this is also controlled by polygenes. I have become aware that the following characters of: lighter and darker colour shades of the
  17. Dear Fernando-san, Dear jimscott-san, Konnichiwa! Thank you very much! Dear Greg-san, Konnichiwa! Please see reply #13: http://icps.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=...2348&page=1 and reply #17: http://icps.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=...2348&page=2 I grow all my tropical Byblis under the same condition. You already know JohnnyBlaze-san's success. http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=38315 He said that he had not used any fertilizer. I received an update photo from him on October 6. His plant (which he called purple petal) had exploded into flower! It was an
  18. Dear Fernando-san, It is not correct. And To compare normal F08 clones with the F08 clones that the chromosome numbers were doubled with colchicine. The clones were smaller than normal clones. Please see: http://icps.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=...&thread=524 F08:"Giant plant" Dominic Creak, Kimberley (F number is my code number abbreviation for the Byblis filifolia complex.) Kind regards
  19. Title: Byblis rorida 'non bristle form' DT14 Konnchiwa! CS14 and CS15 are unusual Byblis rorida forms that were found by my friend along the Gibb River Road, Kimberley, Western Australia. Both forms have short glands only and no long bristle-like glands on its sepals as found on typical Byblis rorida type forms. I have labeled both as CS14: Byblis rorida and CS15: Byblis rorida. I found DT14 among many progeny clones of CS14 which I have labeled DT14 "Byblis rorida ‘non-bristle, unique flowered form' has short glands only and no long bristle-like glands on its sepals as found on typical Byb
  20. Title: Byblis aff. filifolia Pago giant Konnichiwa! In 1999, I obtained seed of many tropical Byblis species from Mr. Allen Lowrie. I was very impressed by all these tropical Byblis species. One of them was Byblis aff. filifolia Pago giant. This was the first species I selected to start my Byblis breeding program with. This species was discussed by Mr. Allen Lowrie in his Byblis presentation at the international conference in Leiden, The Netherlands in Aug. 2010. In 1999, I grew 3 variations of Byblis aff. filifolia Pago giant. F02:"outer flower surface whitish" Honeymoon Beach, Kimberley