Richard Bayerl

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About Richard Bayerl

  • Birthday 05/13/1969

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  1. Hi Richard

    I am new to the forum and have not had much success growing cps but am willing to learn. Love nepenthes and would like to have a go at growing from seed. Please let me know how I can get some seed from you to get me started.

    Red

  2. My male Nepenthes truncata (T. C. clone, 6-7 years old; 2016: 40 cm pitchers !!; windowsill culture) makes just 2 flowering shoots. If anyone is interested to pollen so he should contact me? More can then discuss it. Greetings.
  3. Hi all Utri and other carnivorous plant fans. Again an update of my Utricularia humboldtii in the pitcher of the Heliamphora folliculata. To see how fast it is since the last shot (28/03/11) has developed! Here is a detailed record of trapping devices. Have a nice evening. Richard
  4. G'day CPUK, here's another update from U.humboldtii vs. H. folliculara. First of all, many thanks to James O'Neill for helping to determine the microorganisms. And for Mobile for the tip of David Attenborough. These reports, I already knew. In the meantime, I've made contact with Stewart McPherson. And he told me, that he has in his expeditions to the Tepuis in different species of Heliamphora observed Utricularia humboldtii in their pitchers. Following now the latest photo of the growth progress. Finally, thank you, Stewart McPherson. Greetings Richard
  5. Good evening friends, now to continue my contribution U.humboldtii vs. H. folliculara. For a microscopic examination of the contents of pitcher to microorganisms, as well as further growth in the behavior of U. humboldtii H. folliculata. You see it happening that in terms of growth. Between a picture just before the immersion of the stolons in the pitcher fluid and the current picture, with growth projections just 14 days have passed. And to which microorganisms in it this is I still have to investigate. At least I could see some significant with 100 and 400 times magnification and up some very small individuals with 1000 times magnification. Let's wait another off. To be continued then. Best regards, Richard
  6. Hi Jarkko, Tim and dchasselblad74, why and how my Utricularia makes this in the Terra and grow in the wild? Only curiosity or self-preservation = conservation of the species? I am thinking I can speculate at the moment only, or point out what my observations. I have a photo taken by my pot so you can see how the drive towards Heliamphora grow. You see also that there describes a blowing a 180 ° arc. The beautiful nature shots in the Tepuis is always the phenomenon has been shown in certain Utris in Brocchinias (also präkarnivore!) grow. And it has been described, that live in the water-filled cups and mugs a variety of microorganisms (= food for the Utris?) This decomposed "pre-digestion" or the captured flies, etc., so that the plant can absorb nutrients. I will extract a sample from the Heliamphore for microscopic examination and report further here as it is in the case of microorganisms in said Krug. So as I said there is a separate drive for the direct search or is it all just coincidence? I think this can help us academics in the field of Utricularien. Stay tuned. Regards Richard
  7. Good evening all in the cpuk forum. For some time I observe this growth or rather physical activity between the U. humboldtii and next to it H. folliculata in my terrarium. For this, the following pictures: This rare phenomenon even though Stewart McPherson (Andreas Fleischmann) also describes in his latest book, "Canivorous Plants and their habitats " (page 1214). Utris in Brocchinias is more normal than in Heliamphoras. Now I'm looking forward to the continued growth of Utricularia behavior and will be reported in due course. Best regards Richard
  8. Hi, the beautiful, sunny Saturday (26.02.11) have both my Roridulas gorgonias made their flowers to open fully, so I could start a trial of a criss-cross pollination. Since the purchase of Ulm in 2009, the plants have also developed well and without bugs help now produced as a joint preliminary final per flower. In addition to this I can admire beauty just another flower in my little Terra. Namely, that of Utricularia asplundii. Have fun watching your wishes you Richard.