Nepenthes of Borneo

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Natural History Publications in association with Science and Technology Unit, Sabah , Kota Kinabalu
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StatementCharles Clarke ; foreword by Datuk Tham Nyip Shen ; scientific editor, K.M. Wong ; photopraphs by T.J. Barkman ... [et al.].
ContributionsWong, K. M.
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LC ClassificationsQK495.N35 C53 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 207 p., [1] p. of plates :
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Open LibraryOL521852M
ISBN 109838120154
LC Control Number98944457

Nepenthes of Borneo Hardcover – January 1, by Charles Clarke (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: About this book This book investigates the pitcher plants of Borneo in detail, treating each of the species, their ecology, where and how they grow, and how they survive, and discussing the threats they face.

Charles Clarke has been studying these plants for the last ten years, Nepenthes of Borneo book has travelled to all corners of Borneo to research this book. Home / Plants / Nepenthes of Borneo. Nepenthes of Borneo. RM Nepenthes of Borneo quantity.

Buy. SKU: NB Category: Plants. Additional information Reviews (0) Additional information. Weight: kg: ISBN: Author: Charles Clarke. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Nepenthes of Borneo by Chris Clarke and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   This visually beautiful guide book consists of a short introduction to Nepenthes, followed by an overview of the species known from Borneo (complete with full page map).

Each species is then profiled over two pages with the use of three images (most of which have never been published before) and a brief, but detailed text summary written in clear, easy-to-understand English/5(4). This visually beautiful guide book consists of a short introduction to Nepenthes, followed by an overview of the species known from Borneo (complete with full page map).

Each species is then profiled over two pages with the use of three images (most of which have never been published before) and a brief, but detailed text summary written in clear, easy-to-understand English.

Nepenthes of Borneo by Charles Clarke Natural History Publications Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia A great book on Nepenthes of Borneo with a complete survey of the species and lots of information on their ecology.

Acknolegdements. This visually beautiful guide book consists of a short introduction to Nepenthes, followed by an overview of the species known from Borneo (complete with full page map). Each species is then profiled over two pages with the use of three images (most of which have never been published before) Nepenthes of Borneo book a brief, but detailed text summary written in.

NepenthesThe Interactive Guide. Nepenthes - also known as tropical pitcher plants or monkey cups - have been inspiring awe in botanists since they were first discovered by Europeans in the 17th century. With their dazzling colours and elaborately decorative traps, the. Rate quoted for Nepenthes Villa is based on 2-Bedroom Unit for 4 Persons.

Need a room for two. You may consider Nepenthes Suite. Rates quoted are inclusive of buffet breakfast at Balsam Café (Kinabalu Park). For additional Meals (Lunch or Dinner), Please Enquire. Room allocations are based on a Run of House (ROH) basis. Nepenthes of Borneo Hardcover – 1 January by Chris Clarke (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Chris Clarke.

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Pitcher Plants of the Old World, Vol 1. Price AU$ Quick View. Nepenthes of Borneo Jacket. Price AU$ Quick View. Nepenthes of lu. Price AU$ Nepenthes Of Sumatra And Peninsular Malaysia book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(1).

Nepenthes maxima, a species native to Sulawesi, New Guinea, and the Maluku Islands, was once thought to extend to Borneo as authors even wrote that it was widespread on the island.

This confusion stemmed from the likeness of N. fusca and N. maxima, and from apparently mislabelled seeds collected by Charles was not meticulous in recording where he located individual. Nepenthes of Borneo. Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications in association with Science and Technology Unit, Sabah, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Clarke, (Biologist); K M Wong.

Charles Clarke has written a marvelous pair of books called " Nepenthes of Borneo," and " Nepenthes of Sumatra" I strongly recommend these. They have a strong ecological perspective. Peter D'Amato has written an excellent compendium of horticultural information from.

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Bornean Nepenthes species highland Several of the most spectacular species, such as N. rajah or N. lowii grow in the highlands of Borneo, both in Malaysia and in Indonesia. lowland Nepenthes clipeata certainly is the most spectacular and desired species growing in lowland areas of Borneo.

Nepenthes bicalcarata and N. ampullaria are other classics. The ISBN of Nepenthes of Borneo is Natural History Publications (Borneo) Sdn Bhd © – Vendors and Retailers. Many vendors buy their plants from the same growers. For example, Borneo Exotics, Malesiana Tropicals, Exotica Plants, and The Nepenthes Nursery to name a few.

That's why many of the exact same Nepenthes are available at the same time from many different vendors. Nepenthes × hookeriana (/ n ɪ ˈ p ɛ n θ iː z ˌ h ʊ k ər i ˈ ɑː n ə /; after Joseph Dalton Hooker), or Hooker's Pitcher-Plant, is a common natural hybrid involving N. ampullaria and N. was originally described as a species.

Pitcher-Plants of Borneo is a monograph by Anthea Phillipps and Anthony Lamb on the tropical pitcher plants of was first published in by Natural History Publications (Borneo), in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the Malaysian Nature Society.

An updated and much expanded second edition was published in as Pitcher Plants of Borneo, with Ch'ien Lee as : Anthea Phillipps, Anthony Lamb, Ch'ien.

The world’s leading nursery, selling exotics carnivorous plants. Tropical Pitcher plants, otherwise known as Nepenthes is an extraordinary species, that traps and devourers insects and other invertebrates.

Some plants have been known to catch rats and large lizards. Nepenthes usually grow as climbing or scrambling vines. Most species are found in Southeast Asia, their center of distribution being the island of Borneo.

Nepenthes are not typically jungle plants, but prefer more open and sunny ridges, slopes and stunted forests. Species that grow below 3, feet are considered lowland. They experience hot days, warm nights, and continuous high humidity. • Floral Biology of Nepenthes gracilis (Nepenthaceae) in Sumatra, Makoto Kato - Vol Issue 8, PagesAugust, • Floral and Fruit Morphology of Nepenthes lowii and N.

villosa, Montane Carnivores of Borneo, Robert B. Kaul - Vol Issue 5, PagesMay/June,   Dear All, I have checked with Natural History Pubilcations of Borneo about Chien Lee recent announcement on his book, Guide to Pitcher Plants of Sarawak.

And heres the reply: The Sarawak book will not be published until April or May.

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It should be the same price as Nepenthes of Sabah. regards Choong. Several species featured in this work havebeen discovered extremely recently, and the images included inthis work are among the first to be visually beautiful guide book consists of a shortintroduction to Nepenthes, followed by an overview of the speciesknown from Borneo (complete with full page map).

This exciting new book provides an update on the genusNepenthes, covering all new species and discoveries made since the publication of Pitcher Plants of the Old World. Highlights include: 8 brand new Nepenthes species – including two from Borneo, two from.

Nepenthes jacquelineae was recently discovered a few years back and pictures came out in Charles Clarke's book Nepenthes of Sumatra for the first time.

This plant has a spectacular peristome that is flared and horizontal like a dish sitting on the opening to the pitcher.

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I only know of this plant from the photos in the book. Nepenthes faizaliana / n ɪ ˈ p ɛ n θ iː z ˌ f aɪ z æ l i ˈ ɑː n ə / is a tropical pitcher plant endemic to the limestone cliffs of Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, Borneo.Re: nepenthes of Borneo Andreas Wistuba ([email protected])Wed, 29 May GMT+1.

Messages sorted by: Next message: [email protected]: "N. sp. "murudiensis"" Previous message: Boehme, John: "Hello all" Maybe in reply to: jean de witte: "nepenthes of Borneo" > Phillipps and Lamb describe in their book "Pitcherplants of.These two species were again confused with N.

bongso in a article on the Nepenthes of Borneo, Singapore and Sumatra, authored by botanist Shigeo Kurata. In the book Carnivorous Plants of the World in Colour by Katsuhiko and Masahiro Kondo, a photograph of N. ovata is identified as N. pectinata.