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Thread: Wild alaskan sundews

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    these are some sundew that i saw on my trip in Alaska. these are next to a trail in Cordova, Alaska. there are a couple medow/boggy areas that are just full of them. Cordova is a rainforest area that receives about 150 inches of percipation a year, most of it rain.

    i just thought it was cool. since i didnt even realize cps could grow that far north.

    its big and may take a while on dial up modems, but i think its worth the wait.

    (i put this in the sundew forum before i realized this was the more approiate place to put it. opps)

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    Is it a rotundifolia?

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    No, JimScott, it is not "A" rotundifolia. It is MANY d. rotundifolia. LOL!!!!!!!!!
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    Wow, very nice, and ripe/ripening seed pods to boot!

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    True, bazillions of them. At least I didn't guess my standard spatulata. I think I've learned some things on these here forums!

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    Very nice! Did you get any seed?
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    let's hope he didn't!

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    Why not? D.rotundifolia is a very common species and taking a few seeds isn`t going to hurt anything. Unless it`s on a state park or something.
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