Program of the EEE
10:00 – 10:15 Opening speech
10:15 – 18:00 Plantmarket
13:00 – 14:00 Laurens Eggen
14:30 – 15:30 Mateusz Wrazidlo
16:00 – 17:00 Francois Mey
18:15 – 21:00 Congress diner
10:00 – 18:00 Plantmarket
11:00 – 12:00 Andreas Fleischman
13:00 – 14:00 Holger Hennern
14:30 – 15:30. Christiaan Dietz
Overview of the speakers
Three weeks Western Australia – A travel Report
In 2019 I had the chance to travel for three weeks, together with some friends, through the south west of Western Australia. Our goal was to see the local carnivorous plants. In this lecture i will present what we found as well as give some information about the logistics that comes with such a trip.
Sundew times – what’s new in the world of Drosera?
The genus Drosera (sundews, Droseraceae) is the largest genus of carnivorous plants, comprising more than 260 currently known species. Many of them have been just newly discovered and described in the past
20 years, and more than a dozen undescribed species are soon awaiting their formal description new to science.
Also, the genus’ classification and systematics have undergone some recent changes in the light of phylogenetics and evolutionary reconstructions. This lecture will provide some insights to the recent changes in the world of sundews, and illustrates the diversity and systematics of Drosera, including some new aspects on the biology (prey attraction, pollination biology and associated mutualists) of this fascinating group of plants.”
Exploring the pitcher plants of Sumatra
The island of Sumatra boasts one the greatest number of Nepenthes species, along with Borneo and the Philippines archipelago. Although some species such as N. aristolochioides or N. inermis have become flagships for the genus, others remain poorly known and understood.
In this lecture, François Sockhom Mey, who studies Nepenthes and carnivorous plants since 2004 will discuss the diversity of the Sumatran taxa and give a report on a three-weeks field trip he undertook in Sumatra on April 2019.
Sarracenia roadtrip in the deep South
Visualizing presentation about a roadtrip in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi in the spring of 2019 in search of the most beautiful Sarracenia habitats during their annual peak of the season. Pictures, video’s and background info will be shared about how Sarracenia are growing in their natural environment.
A Journey to some Cephalotus sites
along the south coast of Western Australia. Different kinds of habitats, soil and vegetation, especially Drosera and Utricularia which grow side by side with Cephalotus.
Table mountains of the Guyana highlands
National Geographic photographer Mateusz Wrazidlo takes us on a journey to the Guyana highlands.