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I have been growing carnivorous plants from all over the world for about 20 years. Attracting, catching, digesting animals and benefiting from the resulting nutrients, are capabilities that push far beyond the usual behavioral span of a plant, thus commanding elaborate and spectacular morphological adaptations. Photography is a way to show and honour the extraordinary beauty of these rare, fragile and often endangered plants, and at the same time, document their progression under my care. Left is most recent.

Cephalotus ‘Hummer’s Giant’

Cultivated variety of Cephalotus follicularis. Southwest Australia.


Dionaea ‘DC XL’

Cultivated variety of Dionaea muscipula. North & South Carolina, USA.


Dionaea ‘Dracula’

Cultivated variety of Dionaea muscipula. North & South Carolina, USA.


Drosera regia

Bainskloof Range, near Wellington, South Africa.


Drosera tomentosa var. glabrata

Serra do Caraça, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Seedgrown.


Heliamphora ceracea

Cerro Neblina, Venezuela.


Heliamphora macdonaldae

Cerro Duida, Venezuela.


Nepenthes muluensis

Mount Mulud, Borneo, Indonesia.


Nepenthes veitchii ‘Candy’ × ‘Candy’

Cultivated variety of Nepenthes veitchii. Borneo, Indonesia.


Pinguicula emarginata

States of Veracruz and Puebla, Mexico.


Pinguicula ‘Kirkbright’

Selected clone of Pinguicula moranensis. Near Oaxaca, along road N°190 from Tamazulapan to Oaxaca, Mexico.


Sarracenia [(‘Night’ × leucophylla) × ‘Night’]

Horticultural hybrid. Parent species from Southeastern USA.


Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana

Oakey Mountain, Georgia, USA.


Utricularia campbelliana

Mount Roraima, Venezuela.


Utricularia quelchii

Guyana highland region.

Inside the Terrarium

Simulating the climate of tropical highlands (cloud forests, tepuis).


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