Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 16:21:25 +0100 From: "Guy Van der Kinderen" <Guy.VanDerKinderen@rug.ac.be> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg420$foo@default> Subject: Re: Aristolochia debilis
> Im hope someone has this plant or seed.
> What is it and were does it grow ?
> I heard about it , is it carnivorous ?
Aristolochia debilis (note spelling) is not a carnivorous plants, but
it may catch insects for pollination, as many (all?) other
Aristolochia do. I heard about this species from the Botanic Garden
here, and I would not be surprised if they have this species to. I
think it originates from China. I will take a look and contact you in
private. (I hope you are not confusing with Nepenthes
aristolochioides which, of coarse, is carnivorous.)
Guy Van der Kinderen
University of Gent
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