Carnivorous Plants—how to be obtained

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IT is not unlikely that there may be a great demand for plants of the genus Drosera, and as I am in a neighbourhood where the supply of the D. rotundifolia and D. intermedia is inexhaustible, I shall be glad to send, through the post, plants of the same to any who are desirous of investigating their carnivorous habits; but to meet the necessary expenses of collecting and postage, six penny stamps must be enclosed in the application for each dozen plants. The applications of dealers in plants will not be attended to.

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HOPKINS, G. Carnivorous Plants—how to be obtained. Nature 10, 438 (1874) doi:10.1038/010438c0

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