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Found 6 results

  1. Siggi_Hartmeyer

    U. antennifera & U. quinquedentata in situ

    Near Beverley Springs (Australian Kimberley), we were able to film Utricularia antennifera in situ. The plants possess two antenna-like filaments at the otherwise inconspicuous flowers. According to Prof. W. Barthlott (University Bonn), that is probably a form of Mullerian mimicry: The flowers mimic a female insect to attract the male partners for pollination. Directly beside grows one of the smallest bladderworts. With a size of only two millimeters, the white flowers of U. quinquedentata are quite hard to find. We fished out these 1995 shots of rare Utricularia from our archive and remastered them for bladderwort enthusiasts.
  2. Hi guys. I'm posting some more pics because now I have more plants. I swapped some Australian alvodandas for some Japanese ones. Here the green Japanese side by side with the Australian. There is also some U. gibba Two Japanese Bonus pic. My P. primuliflora
  3. Rita

    Drosera macrantha ssp macrantha

    From the album: Rita's Picture

    Drosera macrantha ssp macrantha

    © www.drosos.it

  4. Hi guys, this is my out-door tank . Notice that it has clay on the bottom (it is important to give Boro to the plant), a thermometer / heater, CO2 injector, monocots (to inject O2 and CO2 in the water, and consume excess of nutrients and prevent algae growth), and water from a pond full of aquatic organisms (food). The water is dark because of the leaves of Drosera, Juncus, Carex sp. and others in the bottom. Tannin appears to have a role in plant development, and is found in its natural habitat. They came still green. Juncus, U. gibba and food... I mean, Biomphalaria sp. They soon became red, and look, they have flowers. Temperatures here are around 32 oC.
  5. Lavindil

    Australian Aldrovanda pics

    Sorry guys, I can't dele this. I tried...
  6. Hello, this is a question to our Australian members. I was asked by a friend if she can send gemmae of Australian pygmy Drosera to Australia. I have told her that Australia has restrictive import regulations. It also seems somehow strange to export plants to a country where these are actually native. She has a good friend in Queensland who has just begun to find carnivores interesting. So, if you perhaps know a good source in Queensland, please let me know and I will forward the information. And ALSO: If you find sending gemmae from Germany to Australia is not such a bad idea please tell me how to do this best. But I would expect a phytosanitary certificate is a MUST and that would be much more expensive than a batch of gemmae themselves. Thank you also in the name of my friend! Andreas