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  a somewhat off topic question
From: hermine at endangeredspecies.com (hermine) on 2007.11.03 at 13:28:50(16653)
I was wondering if anyone on this list could recommend a list on
carnivorous plants? i crawled through Yahoogroups, but what i saw in
English was a lot of lists which seem to be without purpose and are
full of dating ads and suchlike spamifications. it is time for me to
indulge my passion for Nepenthes and other perhaps terrarium
subjects. I HAVE WAITED A LONG TIME FOR THIS.

thanks!

hermine

From: samarak at gizmoworks.com (Steve Marak) on 2007.11.03 at 20:16:03(16657)
Hermine,

I've been a member of the carnivorous plants list which is now hosted at
omnisterra.com (like Aroid-L, it's not in the same place it started out)
for more than 10 years now.

Lots of very knowledgable people, including vendors, hobbyists, and CP
taxonomists, high signal-to-noise ratio with few flamings, etc. Rick
Walker has been the moderator since forever, and a good one in my opinion.

Interestingly enough, it appears that it is now run on the same software
as Aroid-L (though not at the same place, of course).

Here's some information:

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From: harrywitmore at witmore.net (Harry Witmore) on 2007.11.04 at 03:42:48(16662)
Hermine, I would suggest going and looking in the plants section of
dendrodoard.com. A number of people grow carnivorous plants and you may find
something interesting.

Harry Witmore

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