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    DUW, intensively awesome

    I just got back from camping. I saw some big d. rotundifolia, u. subulata, u. cornuta, and one top secret pitcher plant species. Also saw a bog orchid. I would rather this thread not come up in a google search. Please don't reply with the name of the pitcher plant.

    I could smell the pitcher plant flowers from 20 feet away. I counted 50 flowers on one clump!



















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    wow! Very nice! Are you sure some of the rotundi's aren't actually belezianas?

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    Pitcher in the photo looks kinda like a Nep pitcher!

    I don't know Sarrs so I have no idea what species it is. Why would the species name need to be a secret?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swords View Post
    Pitcher in the photo looks kinda like a Nep pitcher!

    I don't know Sarrs so I have no idea what species it is. Why would the species name need to be a secret?
    Because it's a federally endangered plant in the rubra complex...... starts with a "j".

    That's more than enough for a hint.




    Very nice, Josh! Nice large spring pics in the wild.
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    wow those are some very nice plants, nice find

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    I see, but taking photos isn't illegal is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swords View Post
    I see, but taking photos isn't illegal is it?
    Well, no. I'm sure Josh has a valid reason for not wanting to post the name of the plant....... care to explain, Josh?
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    I can certainly see not posting the location or anything like that. LOL

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