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    Good idea Bruce. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] I'll do that.
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    There is not much around me, but you can put me in for Nebraka and surrounding states.
    I am just like a Super Hero, but without the power or motivation.................and the funky suit.

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    Are there any in Nebraska, Copper? Just curious. I was suprised to learn we have 'dews in California.

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    Nebraska has 2 Utrics but thats it for carnivores.
    I too am in for NE but ummm.............not a whole lot of Sarrs here.

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    kinda off topic here, but I wonder why Nebraska doesent have any Sarrs?
    Why is Sarracenia Purpurea only on the east side of the Great Lakes?
    why not in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota?
    could it be it just hasnt got that far yet in its travels?
    (naturally I mean)
    suppose humans didnt exist, would purpurea keeps moving westward?
    probably..(but now, with humans here, it wont have the change to move much naturally..unless we go extinct..which I still hope for)
    hmmm..this deserves a new thread!
    Scot

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    I know for a fact that S.purpurea are in MI. I can't say for sure about the other states, but I think wisc. has them too

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    One thing is it does get substantially drier as you move west. You need a lot of water for sarras. There just isn't much bog-land east of the great lakes.

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    There are several Sarracenia Purpurea sites here in Minnesota.

    Minnesota has more peatland area (over 6 million acres) than any other state in the U.S. except Alaska. To bad we don't have more CPs here.

    I'm going to Black lake bog in a couple weeks, if I can borrow a digi cam I'll post pics.

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