Re: best newbie to intermed book

Brett Lymn (
Fri, 26 May 1995 15:41:44 +0930 (CST)

According to Christopher Waldrop:
>What a scary thought--I had enough trouble with the line drawings in
>the Droseraceae issue of _Das Planzenreich_. Two of the best books
>that are available right now are Adrian Slack's _Carnivorous Plants_
>and Gorden Cheers's _Carnivorous Plants of the World_. And, despite
>all that's been said about it, Lecoufle's book has, if nothing else,
>some very nice pictures.

Hah! I have Dr. Kondo's book which is in Japanese. Lots of very nice
pictures labelled in English but all the text is in Japanese which I
cannot read. I considered it worth it just to get pictures of a lot
of unusual CP's, it comes in handy sometimes especially for some of
the more obscure nepenthes.

-- Brett Lymn, Computer Systems Administrator, AWA Defence Industries
"It's fifteen hundred miles to Ankh-Morpork" he said. "We've got three
hundred and sixty three elephants, fifty carts of forage, the monsoon's
about to break and we're wearing ... we're wearing ... sort of things,
like glass, only dark... dark glass things on our eyes..."
- Terry Pratchett "Moving Pictures".