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International Pinguicula Study Group Newsletters

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The International Pinguicula Study Group was an organization active in the 1990's dedicated to furthering the knowledge of Pinguicula and promoting its popularity in cultivation. During its active period, the Group produced 10 Newsletters. Eric Partrat scanned the Newsletters and they are now available as PDFs on the ICPS web site at

http://www.carnivorousplants.org/IPSG/

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Great job - Thanks Bob and Eric!

I have a couple of the later Newsletters, it is wonderful to be able to read the rest.

Note. The link for Volume 9 takes you to Volume 1, but it is easy to work out how to change the address to get to it.

Vic

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Yes, thanks Bob. A good source of knowledge and experiences.

It has really emphasised to me how new most Mexican pings are to cultivation.

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Note. The link for Volume 9 takes you to Volume 1, but it is easy to work out how to change the address to get to it.

OOPS!!! Thanks for catching that, Vic. I fixed it.

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Thanks for pointing this out Bob, and thanks to Eric for undertaking such a time consuming task.

I have all but the final 2000 copy, alas I think it was probably sent to our old address and lost so it is really nice to be able to read it now. I find these worth reading again and again, it is such a shame the International Ping study group didn't continue.

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