By: Bruce Salmon
304 pages, Col photos, b/w illus
Worldwide there are 16 genera of carnivorous plants but only 2 of these occur naturally in New Zealand, both belonging to the most common genera, Drosera (Sundews) and Utricularia (bladderworts). Illustrated with colour photographs, distribution maps and fine botanical line drawings, and providing ecological information relating to climate and habitats, tips on where to find these plants and how to cultivate them, this book presents the most comprehensive analysis of New Zealand's carnivorous flora.
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