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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 123, Number 4 (April, 1963)
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 123, Number 4 (April, 1963)

By Brown, Andrew H.; Villiers, Alan; Grosvenor, Gilbert M. and Donna Kerkam; Edwards, Waler Meayers; Zahl, Paul A.

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1963. Soft Cover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Map of Scandinavia is included, folded in volume in very good condition. Square, tight binding, clean and bright interior. Wraps are yellow and white with color picture of sailing ships on front. ; Contents: Brown, Sweden, quiet workshop for the world. New map reflects progress in Viking land. Villiers, Ships through the ages: a saga of the sea. Grosvenor and Grosvenor, Miniature Monaco. Edwards, Niagara Falls, servant of good neighbors. Zahl, Mystery of the monarch butterfly. ; 10.0" tall.

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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 90, Number 6 (December, 1946)
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 90, Number 6 (December, 1946)

By Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Borah, Leo A.; Atkeson, Ray; Williams, Maynard Owen; Hudson, Herndon and Mary; Williams, M. O.; Earl, Lawrence; Walker, Lewis Wayne

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1946. Soft Cover. Good with no dust jacket. Map of Bible Lands is missing from volume. Sound binding. Early pages have creased and soiled corners. Wrappers are heavily worn and creased with chip at lower spine. ; Contents: Hamilton, The Roman way. Carpenter and Herget, Ancient Rome brought to life. Jones and Tobien, Demolishing Germany's ramparts. Simpich, California's great Central Valley. Norton, Sigiriya, "a fortress in the sky." ; 10.0" tall.

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Huntington Library Quarterly: Studies in English and American History and Literature. Volume 59, Numbers 2 & 3. Art and Science in America: Issues of Representation
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Huntington Library Quarterly: Studies in English and American History and Literature. Volume 59, Numbers 2 & 3. Art and Science in America: Issues of Representation

By Green, Susan (ed.); Meyers, Amy R. W.; Brigham, David R.; O'Malley, Therese; Rigal, Laurel; Partridge, Linda Dugan; Haltman, Kenneth; Bedell, Rebecca

San Marino, California: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, 1998. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Some areas of wrappers are faded, and wrappers have general light shelf wear. ; Contents: Meyers, Introduction. Brigham, "Ask the beasts, and they shall teach thee": the human lessons of Charles Willson Peale's natural history displays. O'Malley, "Your garden must be a museum to you": early American botanical gardens. Rigal, Empire of birds: Alexander Wilson's American Ornithology. Partridge, By the book: Audubon and the tradition of ornithological illustration. Haltman, The poetics of geologic reverie: fiures of source and origin in Samuel Seymour's landscapes of the Rocky Mountains. Bedell, Thomas Cole and the fashionable science. ; 10.0" tall; 207 pages.

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Lapham's Quarterly, Volume I, Number 3 (Summer 2008). Book of Nature
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Lapham's Quarterly, Volume I, Number 3 (Summer 2008). Book of Nature

By Lapham, Lewis H. (ed.)

New York: American Agora Foundation, 2008. Softcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Sound binding, clean and bright pages. Wraps have light handling wear. Issue examines writing about nature through history and in different cultures. ; 10.0" tall; 221 pages.

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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 113, Number 1 (January 1958)
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 113, Number 1 (January 1958)

By Grosvenor, Melville Bell (ed.); Jones, Dorothea and Stuart E.; Darley, James M.; Revis, Kathleen; Truslow, Frederick Kent

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1958. Soft Cover. Good with no dust jacket. Special supplement map of southeastern United States is present in volume. Sound binding. Wraps are yellow and white with general soiling, light shelf wear. Pages clean, off-white. ; Contents: Jones, Slow boat to Florida. Darley, New atlas maps announced by the society. Revis, Winter brings carnival time to Quebec. Grosvenor, Corksrew Swamp, primeval show place in the Everglades. Truslow, Limpkin, the "crying bird" that haunts Florida swamps. Cappadocia: Turkey's country of cones. Many advertisements. ; 10.0" tall.

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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXIII, Number Five (May, 1958)
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXIII, Number Five (May, 1958)

By Grosvenor, Melville Bell (ed.); Wirth, Conrad L.; Rodger, Jinx; Rodger, George; Bouchage, Luc; Zahn, Paul A.; Houot, G. S.

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1958. Soft Cover. Good with no dust jacket. Supplemental National Parks map is included. Sound binding. Wraps are yellow and white with general soiling and light shelf wear. Pages clean, bright. ; Contents: Wirth, "Heritage of Beauty and History: The National Parks"; "Guide to Scenic Playgrounds and Historic Shrines of the United States and Canada"; Rodger and Rodger, "Sahara Sand in My Eyes"; Bouchage, "Mysore Celebrates the Death of a Demon"; Zahn, "Hatchetfish, Torchbearers of the Deep"; Houot, "Four Years of Diving to the Bottom of the Sea"; Grosvenor, "Folio for Binding Atlas Maps Offered by the National Geographic Society." Many advertisements. 10.0" tall.

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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 103, Number 3 (March 1953)
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 103, Number 3 (March 1953)

By Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Sass, Herbert Ravenel; Sisson, Robert F.; Hamill, Hugh M. Jr.; Shor, Jean and Franc; Casteret, Norbert; Atkinson, Agnes Akin; Fox, Charles Philip

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1953. Soft Cover. Good with no dust jacket. Map of Mexico and Central America is present in volume. Sound binding. Wrappers are yellow and white with general light handling wear and edge wear at top and bottom of spine. Pages clean, off-white. ; Contents: Sass and Sisson, South Carolina rediscovered. Hamill, Experiment in international living. Shor and Shor, On the winds of the Dodecanese. Casteret, Probing ice caves of the Pyrenees. Atkinson and Fox, Br'er possum, hermit of the lowlands. Many advertisements. ; 10.0" tall.

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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 77, Number 3 (March 1940)
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 77, Number 3 (March 1940)

By Grosvenor, Gilbert (ed.); Williams, Maynard Owen; Stewart, B. Anthony; Patric, John; Hosmer, Dorothy

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1940. Softcover. Good with No dust jacket as issued. Map supplement is missing from volume. Sound binding. Off-white pages with light reading wear. Wrappers have light shelf wear including small tear at top rear. Contents: Williams, Modern odyssey in classical lands. Stewart, Today's evidence of Grecian glory. Map links classic world with 1940. Santorin and Mykonos, Aegean gems. Patric, Italy, from Roman ruins to radio. Bright facets of Italy's grandeur. Italy's monuments tell Rome's magnificence. Turrkey, where earthquakes followed Timur's trail. Hosmer, Caviar fishermen of Romania. Many advertisements. 10.0" tall.

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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume LXXXIV 84 Number One 1 (July 1943)
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume LXXXIV 84 Number One 1 (July 1943)

By National Geographic Society [Price, Willard; MacNeal, Herbert P.; Allen, Arthur A.; Agnew, Donald H.; Kinney, William A.; Sutherland, Mason; Menzel, Donald H.

Washington: National Geographic Society, 1943. Soft Cover. Fair with no dust jacket. Sound binding. Clean, slightly age-darkened pages. Wraps are yellow and white with American flag displayed, with general shelf wear and tattered areas at top and bottom of spine. ; Contents: Price, Americans on the Barbary Coast. MacNeal, Casablanca smiles. Allen, Birds on the home front. Agnew and Kinney, American wings soar around the world. Sutherland, Aboard a blimp hunting U-boats. Menzel, The heavens above. 10.0" tall; 136 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 30, Number 1 (March 2001)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 30, Number 1 (March 2001)

By Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); Rivadavia, Fernando; Bringmann, Gerhard; Wilder, Mike; Cheek, Martin

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 2001. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Light handling wear to wrappers and some pages. Contents: Rivadavia, Utricularia nelumbifolia Gardn. at last! Bringmann et al., Uptake of the amino acid alanine by digestive leaves proof of carnivory in the tropical liana Triphyophyllum peltatum (Dioncophyllaceae). Wilder, Refining the terrarium: alternative techniques for the indoor gardener. Meyers-Rice, Black vine weevil: a Sarracenia and Darlingtonia pest. Cheek, Good news: Drosera longifolia L. rejected, Sarracenia purpurea L. conserved with a new type. New cultivars. Reviews, regular features. 8.5" tall; 32 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 30, Number 2 (June 2001)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 30, Number 2 (June 2001)

By Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); Gibson, Robert; Studnicka, Miloslav; La Pedis, Ron

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 2001. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Minor shelf wear to wrappers. Contents: Gibson, Drosera neocaledonica: its origins, habitat and cultivation. Meyers-Rice, Rare Sarracenia poaching and the ICPS. Studnicka, New observations of leaf movements in Pinguicula (Lentibulariaceae). LaPedis, How to build a personal reverse osmosis waterworks. Reviews, regular features. 8.5" tall; 32 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 30, Number 4 (December 2001)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 30, Number 4 (December 2001)

By Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); Hartmeyer, Siegfried and Irmgard; Wistuba, Andreas;

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 2001. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Minor shelf wear to wrappers. Contents: Meyers-Rice, Color patterns in Darlingtonia. Schlauer, Drosera hartmeyerorum spec. nov. (Droseraceae), a new sundew in sect. Arachnopus from northern Australia. Hartmeyer and Hartmeyer, Observations on a new Drosera specis in the Ord River region (Australia). New cultivars. Wistuba et al., Heliamphora folliculata, a new species of Heliamphora (Sarraceniaceae) from the "Los Testigos" Table Mountains in the south of Venezuela. Reviews, regular features. 8.5" tall; 32 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 28, Number 1 (March 1999)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 28, Number 1 (March 1999)

By Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); Nelson, E. Charles; Bringmann, Gerhard; Salmon, Bruce; Maulder, Ricky; Adamec, Lubomír; Gibson, Robert

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 1999. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Wrappers have very light shelf wear. ; Contents: Nelson, A carnivorous plant on an Irish postage stamp: David Moore and Sarracenia hybrids at Glasnevin Botanic Gardens. Bringmann, et al., Cultivation of Triphophyllum peltatum (Dioncophyllaceae), the part-time carnivorous plant. Salmon and Maulder, Notes on Nepenthes from northern Sumatra. Adamec, Turion overwintering of aquatic carnivorous plants. Nepenthes mollis (Nepenthaceae) - rediscovered? Gibson, Observations on Cephalotus in the wild. Reviews, regular features. 8.5" tall; 32 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 28, Number 2 (June 1999)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 28, Number 2 (June 1999)

By Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); Janartham, M. K.; Wallace, Jon; D'Amato, Peter; Gibson, Robert

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 1999. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Wrappers have very light shelf wear. ; Contents: Meyers-Rice, Testing the appetites of Ibicella and Drosophyllum. Janarthanam, Comments from an ICPS correspondent: "Nelipu" of van Rheede. Meyers-Rice, On cultivating Ibicella lutea (Martyniaceae). Wallace et al., Testing for carnivory in Ibicella lutea. D'Amato, The savage garden. Gibson, Carnivorous plants of New South Wales, Australia. Reviews, regular features. 8.5" tall; 32 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 29, Number 2 (June 2000)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 29, Number 2 (June 2000)

By Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); Nerz, Joachim; Wistuba, Andreas; Rivadavia, Fernando; Rischer, Heiko; Frazier, Christopher K.

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 2000. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Wrappers have very light shelf wear. ; Contents: Nerz and Wistuba, Heliamphora hispida (Sarraceniaceae), a new species from Cerro Neblina, Brazil-Venezuela. Rivadavia, Endless carnivorous plants in Cape Town, South Africa. Rischer, Growing Nepenthes in a completely inorganic substrate. Frazier, The enduring controversies concerning the process of protein digestion in Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae). New cultivars. Reviews, regular features. 8.5" tall; 32 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 29, Number 3 (September 2000)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 29, Number 3 (September 2000)

By Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); Glidden, Derek; Anderson, Loran C.; Rivadavia, Fernando; Ellis, Richard

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 2000. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Wrappers have very light shelf wear. ; Contents: Glidde, Carnivorous plants in Orange County, Florida. Anderson, Stalking the pygmy bladderwort, Utricularia olivacea (Lentibulariaceae). Schlauer, Global carnivorous plant diversity: a contribution rom the carnivorous plant specialist group (CPSG) of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN, SSC). Rivadavia, Th giant Genlisea uncinata P. Taylor & Fromm-Trinta. Ellis, Carnivores on stamps and currency. New cultivars. Reviews, regular features. 8.5" tall; 32 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 29, Number 1 (March 2000)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 29, Number 1 (March 2000)

By Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); Snyder, Ivan; Barry, Sean; Pinto, E.; D'Amato, Peter

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 2000. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Wrappers have very light shelf wear. ; Contents: Snyder, Colchicine treatment on sterile hybrid sundews. Barry, Colchicine hazards. Pinto et al., Two new Pinguicula hirtiflora Ten. (Lentibulariaceae) sites in Italy. Meyers-Rice, New cultivars. D'Amato, The savage garden: chilly nights. Reviews, regular features. 8.5" tall; 32 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 27, Number 2 (June 1998)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 27, Number 2 (June 1998)

By Mazrimas, Joe A. (ed.); Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); D'Amato, Peter; Mellichamp, Larry; Gardner, Rob; Catalano, Marcello; Sacilotto, Rob; Marshall, Andrew; Harwood, Paul

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 1998. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Wrappers have very light shelf wear. ; Contents: D'Amato, Savage garden: highs, lows, and media. Mellichamp and Gardner, New cultivars of Sarracenia from North Carolina: Sarracenia "Dixie Lace" and "Ladies-in-Waiting." Meyers-Rice, Darlingtonia californica "Othello." Meyers-Rice, Enticing Drosera hamiltonii to flower. Catalano, Growing carnivorous plants in Italy. Sacilotto, Some uses and applications of location information. Marshall, Two carnivorous plant lakes in Washington State. Harwood et al., The carnivorous flora of Gunung Bandahara. Reviews, regular features. ; 8.5" tall; 30 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 28, Number 4 (December 1999)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 28, Number 4 (December 1999)

By Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); Schnell, Donald; D'Amato, Peter; Gibson, Robert; Rivadavia, Fernando; Lyons, Shawn; Adamec, Lubomír; Camilleri, Tony

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 1999. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Wrappers have very light shelf wear. ; Contents: Schnell, Drosera anglica Huds. vs. Drosera x anglica: what is the difference? D'Amato, The savage garden. Gibson, Drosera meristocaulis: an intriguing sundew from South America. Rivadavia, Neblina expedition. Lyons, Carnivorous plants hit the big time. Meyers-Rice, Judith Finn on growing Pinguicula laueana. Adamec, The biology and cultivation of red Australian Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Camilleri, An economical carbon dioxide generator. Reviews, regular features. 8.5" tall; 32 pages.

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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 27, Number 1 (March 1998)
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Carnivorous Plant Newsletter: Official Journal of the International Carnivorous Plant Society, Volume 27, Number 1 (March 1998)

By Mazrimas, Joe A. (ed.); Meyers-Rice, Barry A. (ed.); Schlauer, Jan (ed.); D'Amato, Peter; Mann, Phill; Hanrahan, Bob; Miller, Jim; Nerz, Joachim; Borgen, L.

Fullerton, CA: International Carnivorous Plant Society, 1998. Softcover. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Stapled booklet style binding is sound. Pages clean and bright. Wrappers have very light shelf wear. ; Contents: Letter from the editor. D'Amato, The savage garden: "feeding your plants." Mann, A trip to the Philippines (article with color photographic illustrations of Nepenthes specimens). . News & views. From the pages of Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 25 years ago. Hanrahan and Miller, History of discovery: yellow flowered Sarracenia purpurea L. subsp. venosa (Raf.) Wherry var. Burkii. Nerz et al., Nepenthes sibuyanensis, a new Nepenthes from Sibuyan, a remote island of the Phillipines. Borgen et al., Announcing a test and trial phase for the registraiton of new plant names (1998-1999). Schlauer, The correct naming of carnivorous plantts: ICBN, ICNCP, and the roles of CPN and ICPS. ; 8.5" tall; 30 pages.

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