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By nesler
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I'm always a sucker for a good list of resources to refer to. I recently posted a thread inquiring into the possibility of a list of sellers and reviews of those sellers. Another thing that I think is always good to have is a list of resources. This forum, other forums, and google are a huge help. But sometimes it's nice to have a good book to refer to.

So, if people have books to recommend, or have found works in the public domain that are useful, link'em. :)

I'll hit things off with a rather old, but perhaps interesting piece of literature: Insectivorous Plants, by Charles Darwin. It's available for free on the Project Gutenberg in a number of different formats right here. Sometimes it's interesting to see someone's observations when they start at the beginning, and laboriously pick out little bits and pieces of information...
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By Matt
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There are several others that are quite good out there. Here are the ones that I have in my collection:
"Insect Eating Plants" - Adrian Slack
"Carnivorous Plants" - Adrian Slack
"The Savage Garden" - Peter D'Amato
"Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada" - Donald E. Schnell
"Growing Carnivorous Plants" - Barry Rice
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Matt wrote:There are several others that are quite good out there. Here are the ones that I have in my collection:
"The Savage Garden" - Peter D'Amato
"Growing Carnivorous Plants" - Barry Rice
Above are the two I'd recommend (and in that order - the Savage Garden is the best carnivorous plant book for the hobbyist that I've ever read).

This one is new and I don't know much about it: "Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada" - Donald E. Schnell
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