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    Here is a strange group of animals I found in the Pine Barrens:
    Bob, Joe, Mark (Tong), and Suzanne.
    It was very nice meeting up with all of you, and hope to do it again.


    Some frogs.








    A very shy Painted Turtle that took a dip before I could get close.


    Little Fence Lizard.


    Wasp nest.


    And a nice Smooth or Rough Green Snake.


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    Beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing your finds with us.

    The frogs look to be green frogs(R. clamitans) and a Northern Leopard frogs(R. pipiens).
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    D. muscipula & D. muscipula 'Red Dragon'(barely)

    Sarracenia leucophylla(seedling)

    S. purpurea and Drosera filiformis filiformis/ intermedia seeds waiting to sprout.

    Drosera capensis

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    What? No pics of the 'swamp horse'?? Those critters up top look very menacing! *shudder*
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    Wow...they came out really nice Steve! But that first pic...that's a pretty dangerous looking group of wild humans. I hope you had your human tongs with you in case they needed to be controlled.

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    WOW, how did you get the frogs in the first pic to stand up amd pose like that. That's an amazing pic.

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    Ah, there are the people!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (JBL @ Sep. 18 2005,9:34)]What? No pics of the 'swamp horse'?? Those critters up top look very menacing! *shudder*
    No bad tempered swamp horse pic.

    The one in the shorts had quick, shifty eyes. I had my Mace ready at all times.


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    Quote[/b] (0zzy @ Sep. 18 2005,12:32)]WOW, how did you get the frogs in the first pic to stand up amd pose like that. That's an amazing pic.
    Thanks.
    It was a very cooperative frog. There was lots of grass in front of his face and I was inches away from it pulling out the grass to get a clear shot.


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    Steve...what kind of weeds were you studying out there in the bog?

    Ozzy meant the frogs standing up in your FIRST photo. lol
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