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    Looks like caps to me, but how do they compare to your native state's rotunds?
    Say, did the topic title change states?
    Or am I going



    Cheers,

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    PS Those pitchers are awesome.

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    yeah it changed states, this was in georgia...but since im in florida on vacation, got mixed up
    ive got some pics of the native rotunds from washington, check up in the conservation station for a thread called a look into the past for some pics on those

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfn View Post
    What part of Florida? What kind of habitat did you visit? And most importantly, did you see any Pinguicula?
    it was actually in Georgia, exactly where i will not disclose as this was actually a group that was away from alot of people, and looked untouched.
    i saw no litter except a cup or two which i picked up and threw away in the trashbag we had in the car.
    No i did not see any pinguicula, i looked but to no success.

    Quote Originally Posted by obregon562 View Post
    i hate you so much sometimes SK! lucky SOB!
    Lol Frankie, if we ever are in Florida at the same time, i will have to show you this stand, Maybe we can get together sometime for a trip to see some Darlingtonia

    Quote Originally Posted by Devon.B View Post
    awsome! Those sarrs are fantastic! That's pretty sweet, I gotta do that some time... some time in my life..
    The pictures do them no justice in any way shape or form
    Everywhere i looked, it was S. minor and D. capillaris or rotundifolia, i have no idea lol im no Drosera expert.
    the surrounding ponds and lakes were filled with U. inflata.
    I was completely lucky to stumble upon this find.

    And please people, i know alot of you would never remove CPs from habitat unless there was a solid reason (development, etc)
    But if the area is untouched, PLEASE
    Take only photos and leave only footprints.....

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    Here are a couple more photos


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    You always know how to make us jealous, Kris.

    Very nice, I like the variation between the lids with the minors.
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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