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And that's all for tonight, because I'm ready to pass out
The other ~200 will come tomorrow, and then be carried out by Zu.
As a recap, since I forgot to do it initially, we saw:
Sundews (Capillaris; Intermedia; Filiformis- Tracyii, Filiformis, Red)
Pings (Planifolia; possible others?)
Pitchers (Flava- Rugelli, Ornata, Rubricorpora, Atropurpurea?; Leucophylla; Rubra Wherryi, Rosea/Purpurea; Psittacina- Typical & Golfballensis, Natural Hybrids)
Terrifying Vines (squirrel defense?)
Overly friendly bumblebees
Hills -> This is a big deal for me since I come from flatlands
Tractors...on the road.
Clouds (including a whale-mermaid and a phallus :P)
Man-Made forests (where the trees naturally occur in perfectly straight rows XD)
.:Please remain seated until the vehicle comes to a complete stop!:.
Last edited by lizasaur; 07-03-2011 at 12:21 AM.
Wow, Liz -- just wow. There"s even a shot or two of some odd swamp denizen in shorts. I hope that she didn't scare you . . . Much.
“Sì perché l'autorità dell'opinione di mille nelle scienze non val per una scintilla di ragione di un solo . . ."
-- Galileo "Biff" Galilei
Gorgeous! You girls must've had a blast.. So jealous.
vfts gone wild! its so surreal to see pitchers poking up from an otherwise normal-looking field!
Grow to learn, learn to grow.
Awesome! I love how the Sarrs disrupt the grassline of the fields!
Woah. That is just amazing. I am so jeaous.
Originally Posted by lizasaur