International Carnivorous Plant Society

Carnivorous Plant Newsletter Archive

The Carnivorous Plant Newsletter (CPN) is the official publication of the International Carnivorous Plant Society (ICPS).

CPN is a hybrid journal. It has both popular and peer reviewed scientific articles. The ICPS makes all scientific and taxonomic articles and cultivar descriptions open access from the date of publication.

Issues from 1990-1994 | Volume 19-23

 

Issues are listed in reverse order.

Contents of the December 1994 Issue 23:4

  • Southeastern section meeting -- September 1994 — Schnell, Don (PDF)
  • Byblis -- a botanical problem once again — Studnicka, Miloslav (PDF)
  • The Limonium peregrinum of Carolus Clusius — Cheek, Martin and Malcolm Young (PDF)
  • Five new taxa of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) from North and West Sumatra. — Nerz, Joachim and Andreas Wistuba (PDF)
  • Literature review — . (PDF)
  • The list of Nepenthes hybrids raised in Kosobe Bot. Garden — Isamu Kusakabe

 

 

Contents of the September 1994 Issue 23:3

  • More knowledge about Nepenthes rhombicaulis — Schmid-Hollinger, Rudolf (PDF)
  • Don't confuse sphagnum moss with peat moss — Hood, Gerry (PDF)
  • Letter from the Czech Republic -- II — Zacek, Zdenek (PDF)
  • The Hawaiian population of Drosera anglica -- a tropical twist on a temperate theme — Gon, Sam III (PDF)
  • The correct names for the subspecies of Sarracenia purpurea L. — Cheek, Martin (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plants of New Zealand: A review — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Literature review (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the June 1994 Issue 23:2

  • Focus on U. prehensilis -- an inquisitive plant — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Growing terrestrial Genlisea — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Growing carnivorous plants in a semi-arid climate — George, Richard H. (PDF)
  • Are Genlisea traps active? A crude calculation — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plants of the Esperance region, Western Australia — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Cattle as Sarracenia stewards — Schnell, Don (PDF)
  • CP paradise in the bush — Pierson, Bruce (PDF)
  • Literature review (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 1994 Issue 23:1

  • Carnivorous plants of Whangamarino swamp New Zealand — Salmon, Bruce (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plants in Fiordland National Park, New Zealand — Salmon, Bruce (PDF)
  • Focus on U. uniflora -- a butterfly look alike — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Focus on Utricularia -- U. delicatula and U. lateriflora — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Focusing on U. gibba -- The 'U' stands for Ubiquitous! — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Sarracenia conservation conference — Schnell, Don (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the December 1993 Issue 22:4

  • The Genus Heliamphora — Baumgartl, William (PDF)
  • The identity of Drosera 'Regan's Ford', the yellow-flowered pygmy sundew — Cheek, Martin (PDF)
  • Bednar and Bramblett hybrids — Ed (PDF)
  • Hanging swamps and valley-floor swamps: Carnivorous plant habitats — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plant and conservation activities at the Fuqua Conservatory, Atlanta Georgia — Schnell, Don (PDF)
  • Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea f. heterophylla (Eaton) Fernald in Nova Scotia — Sheridan, Phil and Bill Scholl (PDF)
  • A new cultivar of Sarracenia leucophylla Raf. — Determann, Ron and Madeleine Groves (PDF)
  • CPs in Campos Rupestres — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • Literature review (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the September 1993 Issue 22:3

  • Noteworthy Sarracenia collections — Sheridan, Phil and Bill Scholl (PDF)
  • Growing carnivorous plants in the Czech Republic — Zacek, Zdenek (PDF)
  • Nepenthes pervillei. Travel report to accompany the new CP-video — Hartmeyer, S. (PDF)
  • Notes on some Darlingtonia californica Torr. bogs — Sheridan, Phil and Bill Scholl (PDF)
  • ICPS Informal Gathering — Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. (PDF)
  • Literature review (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 1993 Issue 22:1-2

  • Some observations on the trapping mechanisms of Nepenthes inermis and N. rhombicaulis — Salmon, Bruce (PDF)
  • Colour variation of S. purpurea in a northern Michigan bog — Shomin, Richard (PDF)
  • Nepenthes growing media — Butler, David E. (PDF)
  • Utricularia humboldtii Schomb in flower — Schnell, Donald (PDF)
  • The Australian pygmy Drosera roster for 1992 — Lowrie, Allen (PDF)
  • Nepenthes eymai — D'Amato, Peter (PDF)
  • Botanical prints of yesteryear — Elliot, Rex R. (PDF)
  • Growing CP in Queensland — Pierson, Bruce and Marissa (PDF)
  • The discovery of a new Pinguicula from Ayautla, Oaxaca, Mexico — Lau, Alfred B. (PDF)
  • The possible function of the thorns of Nepenthes bicalcarata (Hook. f) pitchers — Clarke, Charles (PDF)
  • Some observations of carnivorous plants in habitat, Sulawesi: Indonesia — James, Gary (PDF)
  • What are the nearest noncarnivorous relatives of the carnivorous plants? — Williams, Stephen E. (PDF)
  • Solution to the problem of short vitality of seeds of European butterworts — Studnicka, Miloslav (PDF)
  • Darlingtonia californica — Mrkvicka, Alex (PDF)
  • Collect or not collect from the wild: conservation — Schnell, Don (PDF)
  • Further notes on U. calycifida — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • New CP cultivar received in 1992 — Robinson, James T. (PDF)
  • Byblis -- Notes on forms new to cultivation — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Literature review — Schnell, Don (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the December 1992 Issue 21:4

  • Carnivorous plant tour of South America part two: Exploring the temperate south, and the journey back — Lamb, Randy (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plants in Ireland. III: David Moore and Sarracenia x moorei at Glasnevin — Nelson, E. Charles (PDF)
  • The Blue Mountains, proving grounds of the fork-leaved sundew — Snyder, Ivan (PDF)
  • Cultivation of Nepenthes at Longwood Gardens, an update after 12 years — de Kanel, John and Rolfe Smith (PDF)
  • Pitcher plant germination in sequential photographs — Golembiewski, Teresa A (PDF)
  • Literature review — Schnell, Donald (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the September 1992 Issue 21:3

  • Mechanisms of trap movement II: Does Aldrovanda close by a turgor mechanism? A question of how much, where, and when — Williams, S. E. (PDF)
  • A letter from Sierra Leone — Jonathan (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plants of the Brasilian Cerrado — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • A carnivorous plant tour of South America part one: Trekking through the tropical northeastern countries. — Lamb, Randy (PDF)
  • Does Pinguicula bohemica exist? — Studnicka, Miloslav and Slavomil Hejny (PDF)
  • Structural and developmental diversity of Utricularia traps — Rutishauser, Rolf and Jeannette Brugger and Lorenz Butschi (PDF)
  • Observed variation in Drosera auriculata and Drosera peltata — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Another method for growing Darlingtonia — Marshall, Andrew (PDF)
  • Literature review — Schnell, Donald (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 1992 Issue 21:1-2

  • Pinguicula 'Gina' -- a new decorative CP — Studnicka, Miloslav (PDF)
  • Utricularia nephrophylla — Belanger, Christoph A. (PDF)
  • Focusing on U. calycifida -- a variable species — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Mechanisms of trap movement 1: Rapid growth in Drosera, Dionaea and scientific notions of how Venus's Flytraps close — Williams, S. E. (PDF)
  • Growth effects of mineral nutrients applied to the substrate or onto the leaves in four carnivorous plant species — Adamec, Lubomir and Karla Dusakova and Marcela Jonackova (PDF)
  • The 'seasonal bog' garden: An alternative method of Sarracenia cultivation for the northern grower. — Stahle, Jerry B. Sr. (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the December 1991 Issue 20:4

  • CP without a greenhouse — Snelling, Gordon (PDF)
  • Weekend at the Bruce Peninsula — Shomin, Richard (PDF)
  • What is the identity of the west gulf coast pitcher plant, Sarracenia alata Wood? — Sheridan, Philip M. (PDF)
  • Back to Caraca — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • A field trip to Darwin — Lowrie, Allen (PDF)
  • Literature review — Schnell, Don (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the September 1991 Issue 20:3

  • First verified reported case of Sporotrichosis in an ICPS member — Schnell, Don (PDF)
  • Plant versus animus — Williams, John D. (PDF)
  • Culturing Drosera petiolaris Aff. 'Kununurra' — Snelling, Gordon C. (PDF)
  • Pinguicula villosa: The northern butterwort — Lamb, Randy (PDF)
  • Pinguicula vulgaris along the early Alaska pipeline — Lamb, Randy (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plants of Caraca, South America — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • Literature review — Schnell, Don (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 1991 Issue 20:1-2

  • Peter Taylor: A short and informal biographical sketch — Schnell, Donald (PDF)
  • Utricularia in North America north of Mexico — Taylor, Peter (PDF)
  • Notes on distribution of North American Utricularia — Taylor, Peter (PDF)
  • The Genus Genlisea — Taylor, Peter (PDF)
  • Peter Taylor line drawings — Taylor, Peter (PDF)
  • World list of genus Utricularia (revised) — Taylor, Peter (PDF)
  • A revised World list of the genus Genlisea St. Hil. — Taylor, Peter (PDF)
  • A special issue dedication -- To Peter Taylor — Schnell, Donald (PDF)
  • The Genus Genlisea St. Hil.: An annoted bibliography — Taylor, Peter (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the September 1990 Issue 19:3-4

  • Previously unnamed Australian Drosera and their published names — Snelling, Gordon (PDF)
  • The Drosera petiolaris complex — Lowrie, Allen (PDF)
  • CP fountain jar — Jones, Ken D. (PDF)
  • Nepenthes and rockwool — De Coninck, Freddy (PDF)
  • The flow table — Mazrimas, Joe (PDF)
  • Call for carnivorous plants for a new botanical garden in Victoria, Australia — Gassin, Robert (PDF)
  • Carnivorous plants of the Bogong high plains — Gassin, Robert (PDF)
  • New potting medium — Mrkvicka, Alexander (PDF)
  • Drosera sp. 'Hammersley' another new Drosera species from Western Australia — Mann, Phill (PDF)
  • Taking Close-up pictures of your plants: Part 1 — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Taking Close-up pictures of your plants: Part 2 — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • More on the evolution of Drosera — DeGreef, John D. (PDF)
  • Origins of the genus Byblis — DeGreef, John D. (PDF)
  • Cephalotus follicularis: history and evolution — DeGreef, John D. (PDF)
  • Grafting of Nepenthes — Dodd, Cliff (PDF)
  • Nepenthes veitchii — Dodd, Cliff (PDF)
  • The conservation of carnivorous plants — Creek, Martin (PDF)
  • Literature review (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 1990 Issue 19:1-2

  • Previously unnamed Australian Drosera and their published names. — Snelling, Gordon (PDF)
  • Evolutionary patterns in Drosera — Degreef, John (PDF)
  • The Granchina Nepenthes of the Phillipines in Retrospect — Uy, Bonifacio D. (PDF)
  • A real nice trip to Southeast Asia — Hopkins, Mike and Ric Maulder and Bruce Salmon (PDF)
  • Nepenthes growing media — Butler, David E. (PDF)
  • The fascination with carnivorous plants in juvenile literature — Schmid, Rudolf (PDF)
  • European Pinguicula species taxonomy - distribution - cultural conditions — Mrkvicka, Alexander (PDF)
  • Growing Heliamphora from the Venezuelan tepui — Wistuba, Andreas (PDF)
  • A field trip to northern Wisconsin. — Shomin, Richard (PDF)
  • Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii named to endangered status under the U.S. Endangered Species Act — Schnell, Donald (PDF)
  • Literature review (PDF)

 

 

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