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    wowza! thanks for the pics

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    Fantastic. Great sharp pics, great colors, and most of all great plants.

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    I thought aldro's were extinct in the wild. o.o

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    some coloration on the leucophylla photo underneat the purperea pic. Awesome all around

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    WOW; still cleaning the drool out of the keyboard.... Thanks for sharing!!

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    Wow great pic!Hope I can visit ther....Aldros?I have no idea they grow along with VEnus Flytraps

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    Nice pictures. Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halt View Post
    I thought aldro's were extinct in the wild. o.o
    They are just extremely rare in the wild, and they are only native to the East hemisphere, they are introduced to isolated ponds in the U.S. though. Or so I have read.

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