arynx at shell5.ba.best.com
Tue Aug 18 20:55:17 EST 1998
The following item may be of interest to readers of this newsgroup.
It appeared in a recent issue of the Netsurfer Science, a web-based
e-zine covering various interesting science and technology sites.
You can subscribe to Netsurfer Science for free from the
home page: http://www.netsurf.com/nss/
The next time you see Venus flytraps in their little plastic containers
at the grocery store, consider taking one home. Information abounds on
the Web, encouraging you to try not only Venus flytraps, but also pitcher
plants, sundews, butterworts and various other aggressive vegetation.
Three sites are selected here for your perusal. Barry Meyers-Rice's
pages contain many good photographs and FAQ (though the FAQ is a bit
wordy and split across multiple pages). Another, by Michael Zenner, has
sketches and a detailed cultivation guide. Matthias Schmidt offers photos
of 43 species (usually in their native habitats), but beware of the
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