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By Andrew072
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Joined:  Wed Oct 18, 2023 4:40 am
#441167
Current Collection

Drosera
Admirabilis
Aliciae
Ascendens (Sempre Vivas, Minas Gerais, Brazil)
Binata (T-form, goes dormant)
Burmannii
Capensis 'Typical'
Capensis 'Albino'
Capensis 'Wide Leaf'
Citrina
Coccicaulis ‘alba’ (antho-free venusta)
Cuneifolia (Silvermine, RSA)
Graomogolensis
Intermedia
Oblanceolata (Hong Kong)
Spatulata
Tokaiensis
Filiformis var. Filiformis
Paleacea ‘true type’
Pulchella ‘Orange flower’
Scorpioides

Dionaea
'Dente'
'Red Piranha'
'Sunrise'
'Royal Red'
'Akai Ryu'
'King Henry'
'Schuppenstiel’
‘Switzerland Giant’
'Gremlin'
'B-52'
Lots of Typicals (and seedlings from BB)

Sarracenia
Flava (noid)
'White Wizard'
'Leah Wilkerson' x 'Royal Ruby'
Purpurea UCD Clone
Leucophylla (white batch, noid)
Deans redtube x (chocolate top x don’s redtube) seedlings
Psittacina
Psittacina var. Okefenokeensis (Liberty Co., FL) SG


Other Plants
N. Ventrata
P. Primuflora
Darlingtonia Californica


Looking for:
Any South American drosera spp


I am open to trades :)
Last edited by Andrew072 on Wed Feb 14, 2024 2:44 am, edited 22 times in total.
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By MikeB
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#441206
FYI - Sarracenia oreophila is under CITES protection. It's illegal to sell them across state lines. You'll have to do one of these:
  • Find someone in your state who's selling them
  • Find someone who'll ship one to you for free
It took me a long time to finally get some.
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By andynorth
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So where do you find the info for what is protected? I was aware that as a whole Sars are dwindling but I never knew of the "Protected species". That is just too bad it came to that.

I answered my own question. Here is a link for CITES in case there are other users like myself that did not have a clue about this: https://www.fws.gov/program/cites
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By MikeB
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andynorth wrote: Sun Oct 22, 2023 10:06 pm I was aware that as a whole Sars are dwindling but I never knew of the "Protected species".
Sarracenia alabamensis, jonesii, and oreophila are CITES-protected species. However, hybrids of these plants are not.
By Andrew072
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Joined:  Wed Oct 18, 2023 4:40 am
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Interesting, I'm not well acquainted with Sarrs. The items on my "want" list are just pictures I saw that looked cool, not actually plants I'm planning on buying any time soon. ty for the info
By Andrew072
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Joined:  Wed Oct 18, 2023 4:40 am
#441230
Jeff, I don't actually have a 'Saurus' it's just on my "want" list.
By Andrew072
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#445347
Update:
I added a "looking for" list. Please PM me if you have excess of any of those species :)
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By andynorth
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MikeB wrote: Sun Oct 22, 2023 3:50 pm FYI - Sarracenia oreophila is under CITES protection. It's illegal to sell them across state lines. You'll have to do one of these:
  • Find someone in your state who's selling them
  • Find someone who'll ship one to you for free
It took me a long time to finally get some.
I have a couple that were gifted to me by the VP of NASC. It is my understanding that they can be gifted but the receiver can not know about it. Also, I am getting the 3 most endangered ones from Matt. He is sending me the appropriate paperwork to go with them. My aim is to assist in getting these species off the endangered list. It most likely will not happen any time soon, but one can help.
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