Date: Wed, 17 Feb 1999 14:32:40 +1100 From: "Ross Rowe" <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg472$foo@default> Subject: Re: Thailand
I live in Canberra Australia, am a member of the Australian CP
Society and have some association with the Australian National
Botanic Gardens (via work and friends). Are you only interested in
Nepenthes or other material eg Utricularia and Drosera.
Regards Ross Rowe
>>> Michael Feddersen <email@example.com> 17/02/1999 9:21:57 am >>>
Hello, I am using this account since my other was terminated from
the newsgroup a couple of years back. I hope this makes it thru.
Let me introduce myself again. My name is Tom Kahl/Nepenthes Club.
I have just returned from a successful trip to Thailand on Nepenthes
and some other stuff. I found several types I have not seen before.
Recorded were five types but not counting the variations of N.
mirabilis and ampullaria there were close to 10 varieties. I also
set up some public cp displays at two botanical gardens. They are
interested in more material and info. If you would like to
participate please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is my regular
E-mail account. I was able to bring back on permits about 20
Nepenthes plants. I also brought back on permits some Amorphopallus
tubers but this subject probably belongs on another newsgroup. The
permit process is fairly simple since I am the only one exporting
from Thailand and they recognized me from before on a previous trip.
While there I ran test on soil and water. Prelinenary results were
amazing since they were growing quite different than the current
data in print. I'll try and post more on this later. Truly, Tom
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