Trifid 2011/3

Jan Grünwald

Short story about the trip to Slovakian eden where the beautiful nature is a satisfaction even if you don't find carnivorous plants.

Richard Nunn, Greg Bourke

This comprehensive article brings you lots of surprising information about great Australian deep forest sundews – Drosera adelae, Drosera prolifera and Drosera schizandra. You will learn everything about how they live and grow happily ever after.

Gerald Comte

Sometimes we travel far away from home to find our dear carnivorous plants which fact proves this article. Author's ten hours journey was a self offering but not fruitless. So you can also see beautiful pictures of different species of carnivorous plants – pitcher plants, sundews and bladderworts.

Adam Veleba

Let's get to know some magazines specialized in carnivorous plants – this time from Australia.

Jirka Vaněk

Next series about the things that are not visible to the naked eye. This time you get some advice how to have a look into the microuniverse yourself.

Jiří Vaněk

In this article the author, who has addict himself to grow „dwarf sundews“, describes experiences with this plant which has amazing and breathtaking orange flowers.

A. Lowrie, J. G. Conran

Series continues with a detailed description of Drosera aberrans – sundew of Drosera whittakerii complex.

Adam Veleba

After a pause the series is back! The author introduces us some of South American sundews. This time focused on Drosera chrysolepis and Drosera camporupestris.

Jarda Neubauer, Pepa Malínský, Mirek Macák

Series of expeditions to look for european species of butterworts. This time focused on Pinguicula mundii mainly.