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 2000-2004 | Volume 29-33

 

Issues are listed in reverse order.

Contents of the December 2004 Issue 33:4

  • New Cultivars — Thomas Carow and Romuald Anifraix (PDF)
  • Contribution to the cytotaxonomical knowledge of the genus Pinguicula L. (Lentibulariaceae): A synopsis of Karyological Data — Peruzzi, Lorenzo (PDF)
  • Heliamphora elongata (Sarraceniaceae), a new species from Ilu Tepui — Nerz, Joachim (PDF)
  • Red Aldrovanda from near Esperance, Western Australia — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Leaf Pullings: a 'new' way to propagate Sarracenia vegetatively — Rice, Barry A. (PDF)
  • Special review: Nepenthes inermis model — Rice, Barry (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the September 2004 Issue 33:3

  • Pinguicula crystallina Sibth. et Smith subsp. hirtiflora (Ten.) Strid (Lentibulariaceae) in Calabria (Southern Italy). Cytotaxonomical study and ex situ conservation in the Botanic Garden of Calabria University — Peruzzi, Lorenzo and Nicodemo Giuseppe Passalacqua and Giuliano Cesca (PDF)
  • Noteworthy Collections: Anthocyanin-free Sarracenia alata (Wood) in Alabama — Mazur, Carl and Melissa Mazur (PDF)
  • A large-flowered form of U. bisquamata from near Hermanus, South Africa — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Observations on the Aldrovanda-containing and Aldrovanda-lacking areas of Girraween Lagoon, Australia — Darnowski, Douglas W. (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Studnicka, Miloslav and Steven Stewart and William Joseph Clemens and Travis H. Wyman and William Dawnstar (PDF)
  • How to grow a ridiculously large number of sundews — Darnowski, Douglas W. (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the June 2004 Issue 33:2

  • Experiences With Propagation of Sarracenia flava (Sarraceniaceae) Through Division With Only One Growing Spot — Isenberg, Tobias (PDF)
  • The Conservation and Display of Southeastern U. S. Pitcher Plant Bogs at The Crosby Arboretum — Brzuszek, Robert F. (PDF)
  • A New Mexican Species of Pinguicula (Lentibulariaceae) — Hans Luhrs, Oliver Gluch, Miloslav Studnicka (PDF)
  • Observations on Two Different Forms of Utricularia reniformis — Miloslav Studnicka (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Clemens, William Joseph and Barry Rice and Miloslav Studnicka (PDF)
  • Aspects of Ecology of Drosera rotundifolia L. at the White Sea Coast — Volkova, P.A. (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 2004 Issue 33:1

  • The Saga of the Hurricane Creek White Sarracenia leucophylla — Hummer, John H. (PDF)
  • A Field Study of Sarracenia oreophila — Catalani, Michael (PDF)
  • Party Time - Mix and Match — Lum, Greg (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Cook, Dean and John H. Hummer and Art Vogel and Oliver Gluch and Colin Clayton (PDF)
  • The Special Relationship Between Nepenthes and Tree Frogs — Hua, YueJin and Lee Kuizheng (PDF)
  • Experiments with highland Nepenthes seedlings: A Summary of Measured Tolerances — Sacilotto, Robert (PDF)
  • Special review: Gulf coast carnivorous plants populations - DVD — Mazur, Carl (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the December 2003 Issue 32:4

  • Three Utricularia species worthy of cultivation — Malcolm, Tim (PDF)
  • A Sarracenia purpurea var. montana conservation project — Rice, Barry A. (PDF)
  • Wetland Plants in the Desert — Salvia, Elizabeth M. and Barry Rice (PDF)
  • Utricularia stygia in California, USA, and U. ochroleuca at its southern range — Schlosser, Eric (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the September 2003 Issue 32:3

  • Share the Joy — Hitchens, Al (PDF)
  • What is the Accepted Name for this Plant? or Do I have to call it Sarracenia rosea? — Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • In Vitro Propagation of Byblis filifolia (Byblidaceae) — Pelto, Matthew C. and Jon T. Lindstrom (PDF)
  • Four New Species of Sundews, Drosera (Droseraceae), From Brazil — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • Drosera grantsaui-- A new Introduction From Brazil — Hochberg, Matt and Fernando Rivadavia (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the June 2003 Issue 32:2

  • Genlisea Traps--A new piece of knowledge — Studnicka, Miloslav (PDF)
  • Further problem in Genlisea Trap untangled? — Studnicka, Miloslav (PDF)
  • Zero water flows in the Carnivorous Genus Genlisea — Adamec, Lubomir (PDF)
  • Cultivation of Nepenthes northiana — Shafer, Jeff (PDF)
  • Curious Natural Hybrid Sundews — Snyder, Ivan (PDF)
  • Observations on life strategies of Genlisea, Heliamphora, and Utricularia in Natural Habitats — Studnicka, Miloslav (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 2003 Issue 32:1

  • Sarracenia Distribution Program — Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Amazing Thailand — Kahl, Tom (PDF)
  • Discovering Carnivorous Plants — Green, John (PDF)
  • ICPS Wild Seed Collection Policy — Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Pinguicula loxensis (Lentibulariaceae)-- A Lost Name by Humboldt and Bonpland? — Casper, S. Jost (PDF)
  • A novel method for the cultivation of Nepenthes villosa — Shafer, Jeff (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Brewer, Charles and Steven Ploszak and James L. Booman and Bob Hanrahan (PDF)
  • ICPS on The World Wide Web: Carnivorous Plant Newsletter Index — Brittnacher, John (PDF)
  • The ICPS seed bank can now distribute endangered species seed within the USA! — Rice, Barry and John Brittnacher (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the December 2002 Issue 31:4

  • Drosera cuneifolia and D. admirabilis: Two rosetted sundews from The Cape Province, South Africa — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • ICPS on the World Wide Web: Carnivorous Plant E-Mail Listserv Archive — Brittnacher, John (PDF)
  • Building a Windowbox Micro-Bog for Urban Environments — Halsted, Kit (PDF)
  • A Method for Growing Aldrovanda — Darnowski, Douglas W. (PDF)
  • Genlisea lobata Fromm-Trinta — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • The 4th International Carnivorous Plant Conference Tokyo, Japan, June 21-23, 2002 — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)
  • Growing Carnivorous Plants in the UK — Catalano, Marcello (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the September 2002 Issue 31:3

  • Abiotic Factors, Particularly CO2 concentration, Affecting Carnivorous Plants From the Eastern Shore of Maryland — McDermott, Matthew and Douglas W. Darnowski (PDF)
  • Heliamphora chimantensis, A new species of Heliamphora (Sarraceniaceae) from the 'Macizo de Chimanta' in the South of Venezuela — Wistuba, Andreas and Thomas Carow and Peter Harbarth (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Rice, Barry A. and Elizabeth M. Salvia (PDF)
  • An Interview with Dr. Rob Naczi about Sarracenia rosea — Stevens, Tim (PDF)
  • ICPS on the World Wide Web — Brittnacher, John (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan and Barry Rice (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the June 2002 Issue 31:2

  • Sarracenia minor Walt. var. okefenokeensis Schnell: A New Variety — Schnell, Donald (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Sacilotto, Rob (PDF)
  • The Tropical Liana Triphyophyllum peltatum (Dioncophyllaceae): Formation of Carnivorous Organs is only a facultative prerequisite for shoot elongation — Bringmann, Gerhard and Heiko Rischer and Jan Schlauer and Kristina Wolf and Andreas Kreiner and Martin Duschek and Laurent Ake Assi (PDF)
  • Genlisea aurea St. Hil. — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • A cure for the common cold — Peel, Doug (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 2002 Issue 31:1

  • The Search for Utricularia ochroleuca in Western North America — Rondeau, Hawkeye and Edith Rondeau (PDF)
  • Conrad Gessner and Pinguicula - a nearly forgotten aspect of the pre-Linnean History of Lentibulariaceae and Pinguicula L. — Casper, S. Jost (PDF)
  • Ecological differences between Utricularia ochroleuca and U. intermedia Habitats — Adamec, Lubomir and Jiri Lev (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Hummer, John (PDF)
  • Drosera indica from Narrabri, New South Wales — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Cold Pinguicula in a Hot Climate — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Literature reviews (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the December 2001 Issue 30:4

  • Color patterns in Darlingtonia — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Drosera hartmeyorum spec. nov. (Droseraceae), a new sundew in sect. Arachnopus from Northern Australia — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)
  • Observations on a new Drosera species in the Ord River region (Australia) — Hartmeyer, Siegfried and Irmgard Hartmeyer (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Song, Leo and John Hummer (PDF)
  • Heliamphora folliculata, a new species of Heliamphora (Sarraceniaceae) from the 'Los Testigos' table mountains in the South of Venezuela — Wistuba, Andreas and Peter Harbarth and Thomas Carow (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the September 2001 Issue 30:3

  • Utricularia geminiloba in flower at last! — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Hinkson, Stephen J. and Barry Meyers-Rice (PDF)
  • Highlights of a trip to Western Australia — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Confessions of a dabbler — Richter, Russell (PDF)
  • The ICPS 2000 world conference photography contest — Gray, David (PDF)
  • Cephalotus cultivation: cultivation with capillary mats — Tran, Dick (PDF)
  • A new pot design for tuberous Drosera — McDermott, Matthew and Douglas Darnowski (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the June 2001 Issue 30:2

  • Drosera neocaledonica: Its origins, habitat, and cultivation — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Rare Sarracenia poaching and the ICPS — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • New Observations of leaf movements in Pinguicula (Lentibulariaceae) — Studnicka, Miloslav (PDF)
  • How to build a personal reverse osmosis waterworks — LaPedis, Ron (PDF)
  • Nepenthes Photographs — Wistuba, Andreas (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 2001 Issue 30:1

  • Utricularia nelumbifolia Gardn. at Last! — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Wilson, Phil and Leo Song, Jr. (PDF)
  • Uptake of the amino acid alaninie by digestive leaves: proof of carnivory in the tropical liana Triphyophyllum peltatum (Dioncophyllaceae) — Bringmann, Gerhard and Matthias Wenzel and, Henrick Philipp Bringmann and Jan Schlauer (PDF)
  • Refining the terrarium: alternative techniques for the indoor gardener — Wilder, Mike (PDF)
  • Black Vine Weevil: A Sarracenia and Darlingtonia Pest — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Good News: Drosera longifolia L. Rejected, Sarracenia purpurea L. Conserved With a New Type — Cheek, Martin (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the December 2000 Issue 29:4

  • Savage Garden: Slack-potting the dewy pine — D'Amato, Peter (PDF)
  • Cultivars developed by Adrian Slack — Meyers-Rice, Barry (PDF)
  • Drosera slackii - A living jewel from South Africa — Gibson, Robert (PDF)
  • Favorite Anecdotes on Adrian Slack — Cantley, Robert and Martin Cheek and Paul F. Gardner and Phill Mann and Barry Meyers-Rice and Norman Parker and Paul Temple (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Hanrahan, Bob and Peter D'Amato and Barry-Meyers-Rice and Jan Flisek and John Hummer (PDF)
  • Medium optimization for growing Aldrovanda vesiculosa in vitro — Adamec, Lubomir and Kamil Pasek (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the September 2000 Issue 29:3

  • Carnivorous plants in Orange County, Florida — Glidden, Derek (PDF)
  • Stalking the pygmy bladderwort, Utricularia olivacea (Lentibulariaceae) — Anderson, Loran C. (PDF)
  • Global carnivorous plant diversity a contribution from the carnivorous plant specialist group (cpsg) of the international union for the conservation of nature (iucn,ssc) — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)
  • The giant Genlisea uncinata P. Taylor & Fromm-Trinta — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Marshall, Andrew and Peter D'Amato (PDF)
  • Carnivores on stamps and currency — Ellis, Richard (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the June 2000 Issue 29:2

  • Heliamphora hispida (Sarraceniaceae), a new species from Cerro Neblina, Brazil-Venezuela — Nerz, Joachim and Andreas Wistuba (PDF)
  • Endless Carnivorous Plants in Cape Town, South Africa — Rivadavia, Fernando (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Studnicka, Miloslav and Peter D'Amato (PDF)
  • Growing Nepenthes in a completely inorganic substrate — Rischer, Heiko (PDF)
  • The enduring controversies concerning the process of protein digestion in Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) — Frazier, Christopher K. (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan and Barry Rice (PDF)

 

 

Contents of the March 2000 Issue 29:1

  • Colchicine Treatment on Sterile Hybrid sundews — Snyder, Ivan (PDF)
  • Colchicine Hazards — Barry, Sean (PDF)
  • Two new Pinguicula hirtiflora Ten. (Lentibulariaceae) sites in Italy — Pinto, E. and M.G. Tine and O. Iovane (PDF)
  • New Cultivars — Meyers-Rice, Barry and John Brittnacher and Leo Song (PDF)
  • The Savage Garden: Chilly Nights — D'Amato, Peter (PDF)
  • Literature reviews — Schlauer, Jan and Barry Rice (PDF)

 

 

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