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Thread: Field report!! Sarracenia, Pinguicula & Drosera

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    A better camera than my Nikon Point-n-click was promised to me, so maybe someday, I can take my own, too. In the meantime, I'll settle for drooling at those Leucs. The amount of white on those makes them gorgeous!

    Is there a name for that locale? I may have to look into acquiring some for my bog.
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    I saw a lot of road signs right when I was just driving in towards the site that said things like Baldwin County, Perdido, and Mobile.. I think those are on a lot of leuco tags. The site in particular is called Splinter Hill Bog, but there's also other plants that are pretty white up top including 'hurricane creek'. There's even threads talking about classifications of whiteness lol ... here's one from icps http://icps.proboards.com/thread/5595

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    That huge stand of S. flava is breathtaking! It must have been amazing to see in person. Thanks for sharing!

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    So many red flavas! I can't believe Mason and I drove right past that site....
    Looks like you missed one of the coolest hybrids at Splinter Hill. It's a really introgressed x mitchelliana that almost looks like a x moorei.

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    Loved the fields of Sarracenias! It's always nice to hear a voice and see a face of our cyber friends!

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    Yeah it was pretty awesome

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    Wow!! thanks for the tour!

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    The Pinguicula and Sarracenia have such rich red coloration! Really gorgeous plants that you saw there. Thanks for sharing Zu. Someday I will make it to the south.
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