Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, volume 44, number 2, June 2015 is available for download as a PDF for ICPS members on the ICPS web site:
Hard copy was mailed to ICPS members on May 21.

  • CPN editors

  • Do bears disperse Darlingtonia?

  • The intricate Pinguicula crystallina/hirtiflora-complex

  • Prey capture patterns in Nepenthes species and natural hybrids – are the pitchers of hybrids as effective at trapping prey as those of their parents?

  • Germinating Nepenthes seed: Putting myths to rest

  • Resolution of the relationships within the North American pitcher plant genus, Sarracenia

  • Cultivation of Australian aquatic insectivorous plants

  • Giant Cephalotus of unknown origins

  • New cultivars: Dionaea muscipula ‘Spotted Hyena’

  • Carnivorous plant cultivar names registered in 2014

  • Grex names published by the International Nepenthes Grex Registry