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    Nice shots. There are some great areas near Holly, Mi as well. Once I figure out how to post pictures I will get some up.

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    Not as nice as your pics but here ya go.


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    Glenn, I'm actually located in Holly. Where are your pics from?
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    Great pics! All of mine are from that side of the state, but not from that location. I've happened across a few different CP bogs here in Michigan thus far.
    And FYI, we only have D. rotundifolia, D. intermedia, D. linearis, S. purpurea, and P. vulgaris here in Michigan. Plus 1 or 2 utrics, I forget which.

    Here's some pics of mine:
    Location 1- http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...-nice-surprise!
    Location 2- http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ter-Wonderland
    Location 3- http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...-Bog-Fall-pics
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ia-lovers-ONLY!
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...he-rotund-2011
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    I know we have U. gibba. I don't know who else.
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    But wait.. there's more!! Can't forget about the D. intermedia goodness.

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...otundifolia%29

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    Well, it was time for a trip back. This time, I had a better lense, and got to see stuff I missed last time.

    I'm pretty sure I'm looking at U. cornuta, someone correct me if that's wrong!
    Utricularia cornuta by Jerabudragoness, on Flickr

    I absolutely adore these little guys. Lobelia kalmii
    Lobelia kalmii by Jerabudragoness, on Flickr

    Of note, not a single purp had a flower stalk.... Last time, many did, even if they were broken or damaged. This time, I could not find one single flower stalk. Dozens of purps though.
    Sarracenia purpurea by Jerabudragoness, on Flickr

    Still only saw drosera rotundifolia. There is another trail that goes to the other side of the lake this bog is near, I may try there next time and see if anything is different.

    Drosera rotundifolia by Jerabudragoness, on Flickr

    Saw tons of garter snakes too.
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    Looks like cornuta to me. That Lobelia is really nice too, we found some last weekend on our bog trip but not nearly as nice of a species. Too bad there were no flower stalks, looks like a healthy plant though so there's always next year.

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