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    If you move them and keep the directory structure...

    If you move them and keep the directory structure and file name, I can easily update your 545 photos in photobucket that I have linked in the CP Photofinder.
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    It's up today

    It's up today
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    My P. 'Titan' always goes dormant this time of...

    My P. 'Titan' always goes dormant this time of year.
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    I looked at your New Haven water quality data and...

    I looked at your New Haven water quality data and agree that your TDS reading of 55 ppm seems to be in reasonable agreement with the published report. What comes out of your faucet after transit...
  5. FredG: You might be indeed surprised! Lieutenant...

    FredG: You might be indeed surprised! Lieutenant Uhura (AKA Nichelle Nichols) is now 83 years old! BTW, Lt. Uhura and Capt. Kirk are cited as the first example of an interracial kiss on U.S....
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    I would be happy to receive a memorial for CPN....

    I would be happy to receive a memorial for CPN. If I get it by next week, I could run it in the September issue -- otherwise it would be in the December issue.
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    You might find a close match if you scroll...

    You might find a close match if you scroll through the thumbnails and links at
    http://cpphotofinder.com/Pinguicula.html
  8. CPN June 2015 issue (v44 n2) is now available

    Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, volume 44, number 2, June 2015 is available for download as a PDF for ICPS members on the ICPS web site:
    http://icps.clubexpress.com/
    Hard copy was mailed to ICPS...
  9. Here is the short comment from page 31 of the...

    Here is the short comment from page 31 of the June 1995 CPN associated with the front cover photo.

    http://users.humboldt.edu/rziemer/zphotos/GenliseaCPNv24n2cover.jpg
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    From the number of photos floating around, there...

    From the number of photos floating around, there must be a lot of folks growing this.
    http://cpphotofinder.com/nepenthes-predator-1521.html
  11. Thread: My first pings

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    It is interesting that I have been unable to find...

    It is interesting that I have been unable to find any other mention of the hybrid P. emarginata x ehlersiae anywhere. I wonder where this plant originated?
  12. Thread: Married man

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    What are you doing on a computer at that hour??!!...

    What are you doing on a computer at that hour??!! Isn't there better things to be doing on your wedding night?
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    I think the photo you are requesting is here. ...

    I think the photo you are requesting is here.
    http://icps.proboards.com/thread/3764/moranensis-blooming
    Even though williamg does not specifically say his plant is P. moranensis "J", that is the...
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    Read Joseph's reply #13: "If those seeds that...

    Read Joseph's reply #13: "If those seeds that formed the outer gelatinous coating after they were moistened, were those labeled as Mixed Pitcher Plants Seeds, they are not, they are Chia (Salvia...
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    It depends on the species. P. lusitanica is said...

    It depends on the species. P. lusitanica is said to be an annual, although I think I have had a plant live at least 2 years. There are so many seedlings produced each year that it is difficult to...
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    Here is a seedling shortly after germination...

    Here is a seedling shortly after germination
    http://users.humboldt.edu/rziemer/zphotos/Cephalotus_seedling1321.JPG
    and about 6 weeks later...
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    My answer is always the same. EXPERIMENT. If you...

    My answer is always the same. EXPERIMENT. If you have some extra plants, take a few and pot them exactly as you do the ones that you are successfully growing. The only variable then is water. Try...
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    Remember that many defunct web sites can be found...

    Remember that many defunct web sites can be found on the Wayback Machine (https://archive.org/web/)
    thecephalotus.info was saved just 1 time (April 9, 2010), but much of the information can be seen...
  19. Thread: Anpa b

    by BobZ
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    Me too. Someone hust have found ANPA B to make...

    Me too. Someone hust have found ANPA B to make the cross P. laueana x sp. ANPA B. Here is a link to 42 photos.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/16253175@N00/sets/72157631206310972/
  20. I fixed the photofinder link.

    I fixed the photofinder link.
  21. The registered cultivar name is Dionaea...

    The registered cultivar name is Dionaea 'Cheerleader'. The cultivar description is found at
    http://www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v42n4p145_152.html#cheerleader
    Photos and discussion at...
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    Here is a tree frog eaten by my VFT -- and after...

    Here is a tree frog eaten by my VFT -- and after removal from the trap.
    http://users.humboldt.edu/rziemer/zphotos/VFTfrog2415.JPG http://users.humboldt.edu/rziemer/zphotos/VFTfrog2422.JPG
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    Drosera regia...

    Drosera regia
    http://users.humboldt.edu/rziemer/zphotos/D_regiamoth2316.JPG http://users.humboldt.edu/rziemer/zphotos/D_regiamoth2318.JPG
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    The carnivorous plant community sadly lost...

    The carnivorous plant community sadly lost another long-time enthusiast. Phill died on August 3, 2014 in Perth, Australia at the age of 63. A memorial to Phill will be in the December issue of CPN.
  25. Thread: Shipping Pings

    by BobZ
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    I think time of year is important. I find that...

    I think time of year is important. I find that shipping during dormancy is more successful than the middle of the growth period when the leaves are most brittle.
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