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Thread: Carnivorous Plants in the Wild - My In Situ Explorations

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    Utricularia gibba


    Utricularia inflata






















    Utricularia radiata












    Utricularia subulata







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    Those are some amazing locations you have access to. I'm hoping someday I'll be able to visit a location like that, though living on the west coast there is much less variety in carnivorous plants.

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    There are some pretty amazing Darlingtonia sites out there though.

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    Right now I'm hoping to find a sundew bog up in the mountains. I read a hint about one location that's nearby but need to wait a few months so I'll be able to find more than hibernacula.

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    Love it... i need a vacation to the swamps..

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    Myself and a few other NECPS members visited a bog I've been to several times yesterday. This site lies just barely south of Boston city limits.

    Sarracenia purpurea purpurea






    Drosera intermedia


    The plants in this wet, open depression were a mix of D.intermedia, D.rotundifolia and D. x beleziana.


    Utricularia macrohiza






    Utricularia intermedia




    There were 2 species of bog orchids in full bloom..........

    Pogonia ophioglossoides - Rose Pogonia








    Calopogon tuberosus - Grass Pink Orchid










    We also saw some other interesting wildflowers........

    An Aster, not sure of the exact species.


    Northern Blue Flag - Iris versicolor


    Water Lily, not sure of species.


    The discovery of 2 camera shy juvenile Spotted Turtles (Clemmys guttata) topped off the day.



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    Nice day's play!
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    Just know when to keep the verdict to yourself.

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    Awesome pics! Thanks for sharing

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