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13 (3 months ago)
Hello from Bangladesh!
This is my first attempt to find out what I've got in my country. I didn't see any post from here (Bangladesh) though. Very much grateful to Marcel van den Broek and Joseph Griffin for their unconditional support towards my learning. Here is a wild UTRICULARIA from our country. Don't know much about the sub-spices. Asking for the name....

Fernando Rivadavia:

Congrats! We need to ID this Utric. 1 (3 months ago)

Johnny Myob:

Looks like either U.aurea or U.australis. 3 (3 months ago)

Rafał Barabaś:

Utricularia australis rather not bloom, its important to check if in near places there are living identified utricularia species. I will check at home 🙂 because i can see that its still with no name (21 hours ago)

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Thank for adding me

Ernest Tam:

I see two swimming swans (1 week ago)

Tung Dominh:

Yes , that s 2 n. maxima x bosh swans..😄 1 (1 week ago)

Ernest Tam:

Awaiting their growing 1 (1 week ago)

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Angie Hall:

First purchase should be "The Savage Garden" by Peter D'Amato. 4 (1 month ago)

Tom Currell:

Ooh are you going to try some of the victorian hybrids? (1 month ago)

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Overstrand Municipality - Hands Off Fernkloof Nature Reserve

The Overstrand Municipality has drafted an Integrated Management Plan for the Fernkloof Nature Reserve. This without prior consultation with either the Fernkloof Advisory Board or Vogelgat Reserve. Fernkloof is a biodiversity hotspot and the 'Crown Jewel' of Overberg Conservation. Once aga...

6 (2 months ago)
Great! We actually hit 1000 members in the IUCN-CPSG discussion group!

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