3 edition of A guide to the pitcher plants of Sabah found in the catalog.
A guide to the pitcher plants of Sabah
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|Pagination||iii, 40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||2002348055|
In book: The Ultramafic Flora of Sabah: An Introduction to the Plant Diversity on Ultramafic Soils, Chapter: , Publisher: Natural History Publications (Borneo), Editors: Antony van der Ent. The pitcher plant I found at lower altitude are quite small and “feature-less.” They have no distinguish form, which allows me to tell what species they are (though I try to find out in the book). The species that I want to see the most are Nepenthes lowii, rajah and xtrusmadiensis, coz they are only found in Sabah.
The book features native and naturalized Malaysian plant species, including a parade of carnivorous pitcher plants – the world’s most successful vegetable trappers of insects and extraordinary ant plants, the fantastic, giant flowered, parasitic Rafflesia, little known mountain rhododendrons and beautiful orchids. A Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Sabah by Charles Clarke. Incredibly comprehensive book on the Nepenthes of Sabah More > £ Add to Cart. Carnivorous Plants - Adrian Slack. Fly Trap cover version of this classic CP book. Softbac More > £ Add to Cart. Carnivorous Plants .
Sabah Highlands Pitcher Plant (Nepenthes rajah) Nepenthes rajah, commonly known as the Sabah Highlands Pitcher Plant, is an insectivorous plant species belonging to the Nepenthaceae Family. The plant is native to Mount Kinabalu, Mount Tambuyukon in Malaysia. The plant grows on serpentine substrates in loose soil with seeping ground water. The Mesilau entrance is at a higher elevation than the main gate, high enough to be just below the prime growing sites for Kinabalu's remarkable pitcher plants. This was my first visit to Mesilau, and I had a specific botanical goal: Nepenthes rajah, both by size and by name the king of the pitcher plants.
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A guide to the pitcher plants of Sabah Pamphlet – January 1, by Charles Clarke (Author)Price: $ A Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Sabah | NHBS Academic & Professional Books Buy A Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Sabah (): NHBS - Charles Clarke, Natural History Publications.
A superb and inexpensive book. Excellent photography throughout, with photos in situ. Sections on plant architecture, prey capture and digestion, distribution and areas where one can observe them in Sabah.
40 pages. Paperback. This handy pocket size book should enable the wandering Sarawak visitor to identify the various tupes of this beautiful plant.
Each species is photographed beautifully with a detailed explanation about the plant. This guide contains 81 pages in total with a suggested further reading list. Weight kg. This is the most comprehensive, up-to-date, and easily accessible field guide to the mammals of Borneo—the ideal travel companion for anyone visiting this region of the world.
Covering Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, and Kalimantan, the book provides essential information on species of land and marine mammals and features breathtaking color plates. Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of the Sulawesi is a beautiful and colourful overview of the eleven species of Sulawesian pitcher plants (Nepenthes).
Several species featured in this work have been discovered only in the last two years and are documented here for the very first time. A pictorial guide to 20 Nepenthes species found growing in Sabah. Extensively illustrated throughout in colour, with a very useful introductory chapter covering biology, distribution and habitats.
Ideal for collectors and growers and a very useful concise field guide. Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of the Borneo is a lavishly illustrated overview of the thirty nine species of Bornean pitcher plants (Nepenthes).
Several species featured in this work have been discovered extremely recently, and the images included in this work are among the first to be published.
Pitcher plants of Sabah belong to the genus Nepenthes. Some call them “Monkey Cup.” Pitcher plant is one of the coolest plants on earth because it can “catch” bugs without chasing around. Pitcher Plants normally grow in places where the soil is very poor in nutrients, especially nitrogen.
Pitcher plants are native to the South, and while they can be found across the region, they're especially widespread in Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southeast. According to The Southern Living Garden Book, "Ten or so species inhabit bogs from Maryland south to Florida.
They are found where soils are constantly moist but only briefly flooded. A Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Peninsular Malaysia is divided into several parts, the first one introducing the reader to pitcher plants and Peninsular Malaysia in general. This is followed by a section that discusses each of the species, and several natural hybrids in greater detail.
This simple-to-read, richly illustrated guide portrays the key information required for appreciating the fantastic pitcher-plant flora of Sabah. Concise descriptions of plant structure, prey capture and digestion and other aspects of pitcher-plant biology help with introducing these bizarre carnivorous plants.
Pitcher plants of Sabah: Responsibility: Charles Clarke ; with photographs by Charles Clarke and Au Kam Wah [and others]. Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of the Borneo is a lavishly illustrated overview of the thirty nine species of Bornean pitcher plants (Nepenthes). Several species featured in this work have been discovered extremely recently, and the images included in this work are among the first to Reviews: 7.
"Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of the Borneo" is a lavishlyillustrated overview of the thirty nine species of Bornean pitcherplants (Nepenthes). Title - A Guide to the Pitcher Plants of SabahAuthor - Charles Clarke Text - EnglishCover - Soft coverPrint - Pages - 40 pagesComment - Excellent brief guide, lots of photosCopy - New.
A Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Sabah Charles Clarke A simple forty page guide to Sabah's pitcher plants written by one of the foremost experts on the subject. Weight kg. Post free within Malaysia. Published by Natural History Publications (Borneo), Kota Kinabalu, ISBN: Condition: New.
Paperback. The Pitcher Plant and other carnivorous plants like the Venus Fly Trap at one point were almost extinct so the plant evolved this special feature to absorb nutrients.
But not to mention this change has taken a very long period of time. A Pitcher Plant has a very unique ability to catch prey. It uses its brightly coloured leaves to attract its. A Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Sabah - Book by Charles Clarke. $ Aldrovanda - the Waterwheel Plant - BOOK.
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$ Very well illustrated, large 8vo, ppa very good copy in dustwrapper. [All the 36 species of pitcher plants currently known from the island of Borneo are covered in this lavishly illustrated second edition.
The main focus of the book lies in the accounts of these species, written in an accessible style and including quotes from the works of the old explorers and collectors as well as. A guide to the pitcher plants of Sabah. Natural History Publications (Borneo), Kota Kinabalu.
44 pp. A preliminary survey on the present status of Nepenthes x trusmadiensis population and.Summary: "This is the first field guide dealing with the seed plants of the lowlands of East Sabah, Malaysia, and features the 84 most commonly encountered families in the low land rainforest of Danum Valley, Maliau Basin and Imbak Canyon.Nepenthes of Mount Kinabalu is a monograph by Shigeo Kurata on the tropical pitcher plants of Mount Kinabalu and the surrounding area of Kinabalu National Park in Sabah, Borneo.
It was published in by Sabah National Parks Trustees as the second booklet of the Sabah National Parks series.