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    Hi, yes, my weblinks all changed since 2010...

    Hi,

    yes, my weblinks all changed since 2010 and so most if not all of my pictures will not work anymore. I can restore most of them though and have just done this with the pictures in my initial...
  2. Hi, here is my entry: ...

    Hi,

    here is my entry:

    http://www.utricularia.de/temp/dietz.jpg

    Christian
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    Hi, the first one looks like D. capillaris to...

    Hi,

    the first one looks like D. capillaris to me. If you can, take a look at the seeds, that should clearly show if they are capillaris or not.
    ...
  4. Hi, thanks, Favian! Christian

    Hi,

    thanks, Favian!

    Christian
  5. Carnivorous plants near Nieuwoudtville

    Hi,

    after having a great day around the Gifberg we traveled back South to Tulbagh. On this way we wanted to take the opportunity to take a look on a location close to Nieuwoudtville we discovered...
  6. Hi, thanks for the nice comments! Here is a...

    Hi,

    thanks for the nice comments! Here is a pictures of an entire plant taken in 2009:

    http://www.utricularia.net/sonstiges/standorte/saf_2009/IMG_1555-dentata.jpg

    Christian
  7. Drosera from Gifberg - South Africa

    Hello,

    our next stop to look out for carnivorous plants was the Gifberg in the north of Clanwilliam.

    http://www.utricularia.net/sonstiges/SAF_2012/IMG_0831.jpg

    We drove there from...
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    Hi, there's not only the form from Fraser...

    Hi,

    there's not only the form from Fraser Island with white flowers. I think, you can never be sure about the location the plant comes from.

    Christian
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    Hi, those are all D. adelae Christian

    Hi,

    those are all D. adelae

    Christian
  10. carnivorous plants in the Cedar Mountains

    Hello,

    after we stayed for one night in Clanwilliam we wanted to go further north to Niewoudtville. On this way wanted to visit a location in the Cedar Mountains, where we have been in 2009 to see...
  11. Hi, depending on the location i can imagine...

    Hi,

    depending on the location i can imagine temperatures between close to 0c at night and up to a bit more than 30c at day. I would estimate, that the average temperatures are somewhere around...
  12. Hi, thanks for the nice comments! Yes, Drosra...

    Hi,

    thanks for the nice comments! Yes, Drosra cuneifolia from this area should have a summer dormancy. At least in my collection the plants regularly die back in summer.

    Christian
  13. Drosera of the Darling area - South Africa

    Hi all,

    the area around the town of Darling has some very interested places if you are into plants in general. After visiting Peter Hewitt's Nursery in the morning we started to drive towards...
  14. Hi, thanks for the nice comments! Yes, the dry...

    Hi,

    thanks for the nice comments! Yes, the dry season is going to start soon in south africa. This will decrease the number of species, that can be found dramaticaly. The trip has actualy been...
  15. Drosera of the Table Mountain Nature Reserve - South Africa

    Hi,

    here are some pictures, taken in a part of the Table Mountain Nature Reserve. Our goal at that day was to find Drosera ramentacea, which is known from there. Saddly, we have not been lucky at...
  16. Drosera trinervia on Lion's Head - South Africa

    Hi,

    directly after arriving in Cape Town we wanted to do a short afternoon walk and decided to go to the Signal Hill with the close by Lion's Head.
    Hallo,
    ...
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    some Utricularia

    Hi,

    some of my Utricularia are in flower right now. Hope you like the pictures!

    http://www.utricularia.net/bilder/utricularia/biloba_UTRI10_017.jpg
    ...
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    Hi, my current understanding is, that it is...

    Hi,

    my current understanding is, that it is really hard, maybe even impossible to distinguish between D. dielsiana and D. natalensis without the flowers and the seeds. The rosettes seem to be...
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    Hi, Drosera ultramafica seems to be an easy...

    Hi,

    Drosera ultramafica seems to be an easy grower, not much harder than D. spatulata. My plants have not yet flowered, but in case they set seeds as easily as D. spatulata i am sure, that this...
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    Hi, that plant is most likely D. natalensis....

    Hi,

    that plant is most likely D. natalensis. It looks like the form we know from cultivation, that is (wrongly) spread as D. dielsiana. As for D. dielsiana, it seems that it is not yet widely...
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    Hi, the last picture looks very much like U....

    Hi,

    the last picture looks very much like U. arenaria to me. I don't think, it is a bisquamata.

    Btw, most, almost all of my U. bisquamata set seed readily, only the form from Betty's Bay (which...
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    picture book about South Africa

    Hi,

    as some of you may have noticed, i have done a CP-Tour, together with three german cper, through the western cape of South Africa last year. We have put together a picture book from this trip....
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    Hi, my plants are from a non commercial...

    Hi,

    my plants are from a non commercial source. I have sown them from seeds i got some years ago. Most likely all plants in cultivation are from the same collection. I doubt, that this plant has...
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    Hi, here you can see some flower pictures of...

    Hi,

    here you can see some flower pictures of that plant:

    http://www-cp.stech.co.jp/cp/dro/d-rubrifolia_e.html

    Personally i have never had good succes with using sphagnum as substrats for...
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    Hi, i am growing this plant and you can see...

    Hi,

    i am growing this plant and you can see some pictures here:

    http://utricularia.net/drosera/rubrifolia1.php

    It is really a nice plant and not harder to cultivate than D. aliciae or D....
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