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    Here is his post card N2 with Pinguicula macrophylla in wild.

    Postcard N2
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    Very nice Eric, thanks for sharing!

    (I hope he doesn't entirely abandon Drosera in favor of Pinguicula though! :-) )
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    Here is the postcard N3 of Fernando Rivadavia

    with numerous pictures in wild of :
    P. takakii
    P. gypsicola
    A possible hybrid between both species.

    P. elhersiae (or P. esseriana, or P. debbertiana as no flowers present)
    and P. potosiensis

    From Fernando and Ruben

    WONDERFULL !

    articles

    There are numerous pictures so...
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    Wow, it is all i can say as usual! Very breath taking trip... I would like to be able to grow such nice plants as in the wild! Do your results in your greenhouse ever approache this? I am growing indoor, but i am wondering if they would react better to sunlight during summer... (Pictures usually speak by themselves, but i better ask )

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    Breathtaking! Those pings growing in rock crevices are beautiful!

    Can't wait for another postcard. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
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    Just a word to say that in the article section, a postcard N4 (from Oaxaca) is on-line with :

    P. hemiepiphytica, P. stolonifera, P. moranensis, P. oblongiloba, P. orchioides and P. gigantea site...

    articles

    Next week-end, a new trip to Oaxaca is under preparation....with Ed. Read...

    IMPRESSIVE

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    Hello all!!

    Eric Partrat told me about this forum, after I wrote to him about how frustrated I was with the lack of Ping lovers on the CP Listserv. So I decided to join in hopes of getting a little more feedback to help me with my Ping hunts while here in Mexico. I'm taking a crash course in Pinguicula taxonomy and ecology and need help from all you people who grow these beautiful plants!

    Thanks!
    Fernando

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    Hello Fernando.. Welcome to the forum [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

    Tamlin has often shared your excellent photos of Brasillian Drosera species with us and now we have the opportunity to say Thank You and possibly get to know the man behind the camera a little better. Glad to have you join our ranks and hope you have a great time here.

    Cheers
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