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    Wow Wow Wow! Holy Sphagnum!

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    Was there any logic behind where the patches of red sphagnum vs the green was? More sun? Closer to water? etc? or just random?

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    Not really, just randomly scattered amongst the patches of green and gold colored moss in the open sunnier areas.

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    Love the spotted turtles!

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    Cool photos! The purps in shade don't look quite etiolated, though certainly not as colorful as the ones in sun.... also, I noticed a couple of pics you posted of "rotunds" were actually D. x beleziana, and good color on them too!
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    Found some more pics that didn't upload. Had to break up the post a bit. Enjoy !



    Drosera rotundifolia again, plants along trail were etiolated and growing in deep shade.











    Some plants were actually growing on the planks of the boardwalk.









    D. X beleziana ?



    Drosera intermedia










    We found a couple of plants growing aquaticly, rooted into a layer of algae on the waters surface.





    Utricularia macrohiza






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    Awesome pics! I love seeing these guys in the wild!
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    Yep, I think the really red ones are x beleziana. Too different to match either parent, but intermediate between the two. I also noticed a lot of variation in the rotunds, thought that was cool..... some really round, others more angular.....
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