The Journal of Insectivorous Plant Society

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The Journal of Insectivorous Plant Society  
Journal of the Insectivorous Plant Society.jpgVolume 55, issue 1 (January 2004)
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
J. Insectiv. Pl. Soc.
Discipline Botany
Language Japanese
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1950–present
Frequency Quarterly
Indexing
ISSN 0286-6102
OCLC no. 28858571
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The Journal of Insectivorous Plant Society (食虫植物研究会々誌 Shokuchūshokubutsu kenkyū-kai kaishi?) is a quarterly Japanese-language periodical and the official publication of the Insectivorous Plant Society of Japan.[1] The journal was established in January 1950.[2] As of 2010, it is published in A4 format[3] and totals around 120 pages annually.[1] The English title has been used alongside the original Japanese one from the April 1986 issue onwards.[4]

Typical articles include matters of horticultural interest, field reports, literature reviews, and new taxon and cultivar descriptions.[2] They are usually entirely in Japanese,[2] although species descriptions may also be in English.[5][6]

Taxon descriptions[edit]

The Journal of Insectivorous Plant Society has published formal descriptions of the following taxa.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rice, B. 2010. Carnivorous Plant Society Archives. The Carnivorous Plant FAQ. [archived page from October 10, 2010]
  2. ^ a b c About IPS, Japan. Yoshiyuki Sodekawa's personal website.
  3. ^ (Japanese) 食虫植物研究会 The Insectivorous Plant Society (IPS, Japan) の御案内. Insectivorous Plant Society.
  4. ^ Shokuchū Shokubutsu Kenkyūkai kaishi. WorldCat.
  5. ^ a b Wakabayashi, H. 2010. Utricularia ramosissima (Lentibulariaceae), a new species from north-eastern Thailand. PDF The Journal of Insectivorous Plant Society 61(2): 33–38.
  6. ^ a b Wakabayashi, H. 2010. Utricularia linearis (Lentibulariaceae), a new species from the Howard Springs, Northern Territory, Australia. PDF The Journal of Insectivorous Plant Society 61(4): 88–92.
  7. ^ a b Schlauer, J. N.d. Query results: J. Insectiv. Pl. Soc.. Carnivorous Plant Database.
  8. ^ a b Cheek, M.R. & M.H.P. Jebb 2001. Nepenthaceae. Flora Malesiana 15: 1–157.
  9. ^ Kurata, S. 2001. Two new species of Nepenthes from Sumatra (Indonesia) and Mindanao (Philippines). The Journal of Insectivorous Plant Society 52(2): 30–34.

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