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Best Book on Nepenthes

Posted by pacific_pintos 8 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 28, 10 at 9:58

I started collecting a variety of Carnivorous plants last year; American Pitchers, Droseras,Nepenthes, Darlingtonias, and fly traps.

I have D'Amato, Slack, and Rice books on them, but often find they are lacking information I am looking for (i.e. size the pitchers or leaves will grow to).

Is there a book I am missing or is the information that I am seeking just scarce due to the number of varieties?

Thanks.


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RE: Best Book on Nepenthes

Too many varieties and not enough writers on the subject. You might have better luck finding that type of info here.

Here is a link that might be useful: Flora nepenthacaea


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RE: Best Book on Nepenthes

Thank you for that link. I checked it out yesterday. I am a bit frustrated as a neewbie trying to find information out. I do appreciate this forum and the answers it provides.


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