Well they might not be their any more who knows. I'm just going by what the book said.
i understand that............most of the minor critters and plants arent well studied in the state. biologists studying shrews last year added two more species to the list of species in the state(not new species, just added to the range of existing) the supposed latest and most complete work on reptiles and amphibians in the state is wrong even though it was printed 2 years ago, as a kid i found smooth green snakes and a few other critters more than 100 miles from where the book says they should be.......i wouldnt be surprised if more CP's are around but they are going to be local populations and not cover much of a range. gotta remember Montana has a fairly harsh climate. it gets dang cold in the winter.....
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well there is this one house that has a bunch of em! theres a nice N. Jaqu x izumiae, a bunch of orchids and even an orchid on a cows skull!!! sounds like the place to go for me!!Originally Posted by [b
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I'm interested in wild CP's.....Please list plants that would be found in Montana as the replies are getting confusing...
as far as i know:
maybe U. macrorhiza