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Thread: Sandhills Gamelands in NC

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    Quote Originally Posted by DroseraBug View Post
    I've seen plenty of S. purps, and flava scattered around in the area but I was exited to see the rubras.
    What flava flavors were in the area? NC has a sweet variety.....
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    Any Pinguicula?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmad View Post
    Any Pinguicula?
    I've seen Pinguicula sp. in other parts of the Sandhills. I'll try to get back to there next spring and summer. I'm going to make it a goal to travel around and document as many CPs as I can in and aroung the Sandhills. There is a possibility of coming across some neat natural hybrids out there too.

    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    What flava flavors were in the area? NC has a sweet variety.....
    I've seen S. flava 'Typical' in one place scattered around. There all over the Sandhills just have to spend some time looking. There are plenty of back roads on and off state gamelands in the area with little development for now. This area in my opinion is a great place to look for CPs. It's a diverse place and one of my favorite places in the state. I spent some time a few years back in Ozzy country all though I've never met him. When I was in the Green Swamp I was amazed by what seemed like endless variation in S. flava.
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    Here's NY's flava flavor ... ummm ... Flavor Flav ... ummm ... never mind.

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