I am just starting to manage Weber State University's CP collection after being absent for two years and I need to get some pings identified. Many of the tags were written with marker and the labels are no longer legible. I am in the process of repotting all the plants into a better ping media...
I need about 100 Dionaea seed for in-vitro germination. Plants will be used for research, lectures and conservation education at Weber State University.
I am also looking for Darlingtonia, Sarracenia, Drosera and Nepenthes seed.
I have some mexican pings and U. sandersonii for trade. Please...
I grew this plant for 2 years. I never quite mastered it. I successfully kept it alive through multiple flowerings and I even got a few seeds after a successful self pollination. Ultimately it died to some mismanagement on my part. I kept having to change its home breaking the...
I am just looking for a red N. ampullaria now or something other than the more traditional speckles. I will even take dominant N. ampullaria looking hybrid.
Offers ----- Email me at blake.44 AT gmail.com
A select number of Drosophyllum seeds with location data.
P. (ehlerisiae x moranensis)...
Yes, Yes Yes. Thanks just the encouragement I need! Since my arrival at the University I have been trying to get CPs in more and more of the lectures and labs. This amp was added to demonstrate the unique pitcher morphology for collecting leaves and debris.
Thanks Cindy its good to be back! I...
Hello, I am partially back after a long absence.If anyone of you remember me I take care of all the CPs in the Botany Department at a local university in Utah.
I am interested in getting a few amps for the terrarium. The dimensions are 4' x 4' x 6' tall. The terrarium has a running waterfall...
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If you have any established Nepenthes cuttings available send me a PM.
This is not a personal research project but is a departmental research project that I am a part of. Any help would be much appreciated.
Send me a PM so we can work out the details.
I used some self closing tweezers to hold the ceph. THis allowed me to make adjustments to both the microscope focus and the camera focus. I adjusted the light with a lamp and the built in microscope lighting.
I am using an old American Optics dissecting scope. Yes it does seem like the pitchers take a leap into adults. I would like to continue watching the plants to see if more of an intermediate state exists.
They are not a problem. Yes you are very lucky :). As liverworts are among my favorite.
You will find them co-occuring with CPs in their native habitat. Chances are you just got some spores that germinated in your substrate to give you those liverworts.