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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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