'Drosera of Japan' has been released


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Im curious to see the price but there wasnt and a notice saying unavailable. I am from singapore. Sent from my SM-N9005

I just visited the Amazon link and it shows that the e-book is available and the price is US$2.99. Is there a problem accessing Amazon from Singapore?

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QXGSWLY

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Perhaps Amazon was just unable to convert the price into some other currencies? If Amazon doesn't work, it will soon be on other websites as well.

 

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Dear Takaaki,

 

really great work, congratulations.

It was a pleasure to read it.

 

Best regards and a happy new year,

Daniel

Thanks, Daniel! 

 

Best wishes,

Takaaki

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“This title is not available for customers from your location in: Asia & Pacific”

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Have you tried other ebook sites? 

 

Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QXGSWLY

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/508212

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/drosera-of-japan

Angus & Robertson: http://www.angusrobertson.com.au/ebooks/drosera-of-japan-takaaki-kagawa/p/9781311540324

 

Paperback edition (Amazon): http://www.amazon.com/Drosera-Japan-Takaaki-Kagawa/dp/1505817692/

 

You could also try downloading it from regional sites of Amazon.

 

Thanks!

“This title is not available for customers from your location in: Asia & Pacific”

49b21a0cjw1eoigmdlrl5j206602smx9.jpg

Have you tried other ebook sites? 

 

Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QXGSWLY

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/508212

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/drosera-of-japan

Angus & Robertson: http://www.angusrobertson.com.au/ebooks/drosera-of-japan-takaaki-kagawa/p/9781311540324

 

Paperback edition (Amazon): http://www.amazon.com/Drosera-Japan-Takaaki-Kagawa/dp/1505817692/

 

You could also try downloading it from regional sites of Amazon.

 

Thanks!

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Hi Takaaki,

 

I have just purchased your e-book on Drosera of Japan, and it is an excellent little book - I can highly recommend it! :smile:

It's interesting that here in the UK (and Europe) we share 2 of your 6 species (Drosera anglica & D.rotundifolia, plus their natural hybrid D. x obovata). Of course we also have D.intermedia (and D. x beleziana, the hybrid with D.rotundifolia) as a native species, but I read in your book it has been introduced in Japan.

 

I was especially intrigued to read about and see photos of pink-flowered Drosera rotundifolia! I had not heard of them before, and wonder if they occur elsewhere in the range of this species? (Should I go searching here in the UK?!). Or maybe do they result from hybrids and back-crosses with D.spatulata? Very interesting...

 

You are lucky to have some nice interesting species and hybrids in Japan.

 

I guess you have some interesting Utricularia species (as well as Pings, e.g. Pinguicula ramosa) there too. Maybe more e-books in future? :wink:

 

Many thanks.

 

Adam.

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Thanks everyone for your comments!

 

 

 

I was especially intrigued to read about and see photos of pink-flowered Drosera rotundifolia! I had not heard of them before, and wonder if they occur elsewhere in the range of this species? (Should I go searching here in the UK?!). Or maybe do they result from hybrids and back-crosses with D.spatulata? Very interesting...

 

You might find something similar if you explore. Some people think it could be a result of hybridisation, but as far as I know, it doesn't seem to be the case. In any case, not much has been known about these pink-flowered clones of D. rotundifolia as yet.

 

 

 

I guess you have some interesting Utricularia species (as well as Pings, e.g. Pinguicula ramosa) there too. Maybe more e-books in future?  :wink:

 

Exactly. But I think Kei Saito (Napraforgo) and some other people are more knowledgeable in those areas. :)

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