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    Martin
    Are these plants on display to the public? or do you have to make special arrangements to see them? Also, do they have a good collection of other CPs?
    I visit Germany most years as my wife's Aunt lives near Frankfurt (on the Wurzburg side) and we have good friends in Tubingen, so I would happily go out of my way to visit Wurzburg and see these plants. I know I'll never be rich enough to build the facilities necessary to grow these plants and I am unlikely to go and see them in the wild. Therefore, a trip to Wurzburg is probably my only chance to ever see them.

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    Vic
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    Triphyophyllum and many of the other carnivorous plants aren't accessable for the public. Maybe you can ask Martin Duschek if he can show you the plants ?

    http://www.drosophyllum.com/deutsch/wuerzburg2002.htm

    the last six pictures are from the botanical garden.

    Martin

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    Thanks.
    If I think I'll get time on my next trip, I'll write to Martin Duschek and try and arrange a private visit. I'll get my wife to write it in her best german.
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