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    Hi Jayson, I was wondering where this moss lake is in NY? When I am around in NY I have been visiting a lot of the bogs to see the CP's in the wild, and this place looks really neat, I think I will try and pay it a visit if It is close enough.

    Up to this point some of my favorites were Zurich bog, Bog river flow, and Lens lake, although the pitcher plant populations at this place look incredible!

    I was just at chubb pond about four weeks ago, and there were a few nice groups of pitchers there, I will try and put those up If I can find where I saved them to.

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    Hey man, glad you got to make it down there. It really is a beautiful place. Did ya see the catfish?

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    I'd like to get in there with some equipment to harvest sphagnum moss. Don't worry; I'll do it sustainably and, after the place has sustained all the harvest it can, we'll call it Mud Lake.
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    santanoni- Moss lake is located in Houghton, NY, near richmond lake.

    Hey Ben, I did see the hundreds of catfish but was to busy takin pics of plants. You have any clue what that utric is?

    Thanks guys, hope you enjoyed.

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    Nah I'm not sure, but it's def. not U. subulata. U. subulata is much smaller.

    I'm thinking maybe U. striata. Although, I didn't see Utricularia flowers any of the times that I was there, so I won't really know exactly how the flowers and leaves look. I'm looking through Schnell's CP book and that looks pretty close.

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    Thanks for looking Ben, maybe this pic will help....

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    Ok, I've looked through the book a bit more thoroughly, and now I know what it most likely is. But, I'll say first what it isn't:

    U. foliosa
    U. geminiscapa
    U. macrorhiza
    U. inflata
    U. radiata
    U. gibba
    U. floridana
    U. striata
    U. minor
    U. intermedia
    U. ochroleuca
    U. simulans
    U. subulata

    I decided this based on native growing range and flower and leaf shape.

    Now it can either be U. cornuta or U. juncea. Schnell says that U. cornuta only blooms in spring, except for a part in Florida, although that would only be in November or January. He says that U. juncea blooms in late summer or autumn, which is what these plants are doing.

    Actually, I was gonna say it's U. juncea, but Jayson when did ya take those pics?

    Lol yeah I spent like a half hour on this.

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