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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ] Jim Miller's CP bog tour video shows...
    How can I get ahold of this video?

    Brian

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    The video name is: Carnivorous Plant Populations Of the Gulf Coast.
    The man, Jim Miller, was before your time, and was very well known by many CP'ers. He and Bob Hanrahan were two of the best boggers in this country, and ran World Insectivorous Plants, years ago. Jim is still around, and has made this video and some others. He charges $29.95 for its sale, and it is approximately 90 minutes to 120 minutes long. VFT's growing wild in Florida. Sarracenia stands like you have never seen, pings, utrics, everybody is there. his second bog video should be ready by now as well. If you wish to purchase one, contact Jim Miller for the pertinent info.
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    Bugweed,

    Thanks. I'll have to pick up a copy. I love seeing CPs in the wild.

    Brian

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    Brian, Wait until you see those monster pinguicula!!! The pitcher plants are incredible, and all the rest of the video is prime CP territory. Jim went to Citronelle, Wilkerson Bog, Avalon Beach, Fla., Baldwin County in Alabama, and many spots most folks only read about. I think you will enjoy this video a lot (DVD). He has a second installment covering the bogs in flower, and the newer leaves of spring, but I am not sure if Jim finished it.



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    Stephen
    Sarracenia rosea?...don't be ridiculous!

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    mended the link in my previous post:
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    Sarracenia rosea?...don't be ridiculous!

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    I have never seen a gypsicola that red before [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img] It's a beauty.

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