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    I thought I would pass on this listserve request to out Forum members.

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    Date: Mon, 09 Jun 2003 19:54:59 -0400
    From: Cokendolpher@aol.com
    To: Cp@omnisterra.com
    Subject: [CP] Nepenthes clipeata Cultivation Survey
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    Nepenthes clipeata Cultivation Survey

    One of the rarest of the tropical pitcher plants, Nepenthes clipeata is
    only found on vertical cliff faces of one mountain in Borneo. Due to a
    number of factors, the plant now has a low probability of surviving in
    the wild. While the protection of wild populations of plants is most
    desirable, this is a case in which ex situ conservation appears to be
    the approach most likely to be successful and realistic.

    An unknown number of strains/clones of this species are in cultivation
    worldwide. The Nepenthes clipeata Survival Project (NcSP), under the
    auspices of The International Carnivorous Plant Society, is under
    development (more on this topic later this summer). As part of the
    developing conservation strategy, a survey has been developed to attempt to
    determine how many distinct lineages of N. clipeata are presently in
    cultivation. If you currently have this plant in cultivation, please submit
    your responses to the survey.

    The questionnaire is located at:
    http://www.carnivorousplants.org/con...clipeata1.php. If you
    prefer to fill out a questionnaire and mail it (e-mail or snail mail),
    please let us know (clipeata@carnivorousplants.org). If you have
    contacts that are cultivating this plant that are not members of the CP
    discussion group on omnisterra.com, we would appreciate you informing them
    of the survey. We can send the questionnaire, upon request, either as
    an e-mail attachment (preferred) or on paper. For those reading
    Japanese, but not English, we can send a translation.

    If you know of other CP internet discussion groups, you have our
    permission to forward this entire e-mail.

    Thanks in advance!
    -----------------------------------------------------
    James Cokendolpher
    Natural Science Research Lab.
    Museum of Texas Tech University
    clipeata@carnivorousplants.org or cokendolpher@aol.com

    Barry A. Rice, Ph.D.
    Director of Conservation Programs
    International Carnivorous Plant Society
    barry@carnivorousplants.org
    http://www.carnivorousplants.org
    "Grow More, Share More"

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    Something isn't quite working right with the survey. I entered my information and clicked on 'continue with part 2' and got part 1 back all blank.

    Probably should give them some time to get the forms and links working correctly.
    Tony
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    Nothing to do with the topic, but it's about the listserve. How come I can NEVER send anything to it? It always immediately sends and reply back and says too long of message or something like that, or not accepted because of suspicous header, I am very specific with the subject of the mail, but it never let me rpely, so I got discouraged and never hardly read the e-mails about the listerve anymore. Any ideas?

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    I think it's a restriction on MIME formatted email.

    Tony
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    That rings a bell. Any ideas to how I can fix it? BTW, what's MIME mean?

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    Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions

    Here you can learn all about it! As to changing it and turning it on/off it depends entirely on the email program your using
    MIME

    Tony
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    Hi,

    the poll worked for me. I'm using Netscape 4.6 with Java and Javascript being disabeled.

    Joachim

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    Gee thanks Tony! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img] I think I will just fool around with my e-mail program. Kinda foolish the listserve thing is so picky about MIME. All e-mails should be accepted.

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