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About Napraforgo

  • Birthday 06/10/1969

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    Iwamizawa, Hokkaido, Japan
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    CP(especially Lentibulariaceae), Gesneriad, Music(Chorus)

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  1. Each leaf lamina is less than 1mm across.....
  2. Sorry for an interruption from Japan ;) Under my cultivation, P. immaculata survived P. reticulata group, tolerating summer heat and winter cold. If summer temperature doesn't bother P calderoniae much, it's a great hope to me trying the species from today on :)
  3. It is absolutely U. sp. "Hermanus, South Africa", an undescribed species that should fall into section Calpidisca based on its trap morphology.
  4. ミョウガは猛烈に嫌がるが、パクチーは平気で食べる。娘の味覚が理解できません(>_

  5. Yes. This plant was imported for aquarium and dealers has dealt with it as thus, but I've decided to grow this as terrestrial because I wanted to see its flower.
  6. Probably U. graminifolia or its allies, this bladderwort is imported from India by Kamihata Fish Industries ltd. in Himeji, Hyogo prefecture, Japan. Compared to an ordinary form of U. graminifolia under cultivation, its scapes are strongly twining, flowers are slightly smaller, corolla is more bluish and its swelling of lower lip is less prominent. Anyway, it IS a beautiful bladderwort!;)
  7. These pictures were taken by me at alpine plants garden in Awaji Farm Park "England Hill" in Isle of Awaji, Hyogo, Japan. Each flower is 7-9mm across. Though I'm quite sure that this plant falls into the genus Pelargonium, I am unable to identify it strictly. I'll be very much appreciated if someone helps me identify this ;)
  8. Napraforgo

    Pelargonuim sp.

    identification needed
  9. Yes, this is absolutely a true U. heterosepala!!
  10. Napraforgo

    Napraforgo's album of CPs

    Mainly Pinguicula and Utricularia under my cultivation
  11. Excellent pictures!! A shot with a hand on the background shows that it is relatively large-flowered Utrics for terrestrial :) Any pictures of its leaves?
  12. Napraforgo

    U Prehensilis

    The peduncles are very short for an ordinary U. prehensilis, but its corollas are right one except for top right one with truncate lower lip.
  13. Dear my beloved Utricoholics, This time I'll show you three unidentified terrestrial(one of which, however, was collected submersed in shallow water) Utricularia from India. U. sp. "Trichur(Thrissur) district, Kerala, India". Its leaves look very much like U. graminifolia to me, but without a single flower it's impossible to identify with any certainity. U. sp. "Thamarassery district, Kerala, India". It also looks very much like U. graminifolia, but it's somewhat different from U. sp. "Trichur" by its shorter leave with rounded apex. U. sp. "Indian Red" from Kodagu district, Karnataka, India. It grow submersed in water in wild, and its leaves up to 5cm were all dull red. Its new leaves are all green above water, but they are lanceolate and distinctly petiolate, keeping itself somewhat different from above two. and..... one of some clones of U. delphinioides. It hasn't flowered yet but it grows gradually faster.