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

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    Agreed. I need to get a small, light one. The one I have is monstrous and takes 2 people to move around.

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    Thanks for the Utricularia pictures. The macrorhiza with the black bladders look especially nice.

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    A few of the NECPS members got together with Jay Lechtman this weekend and hit some cp sites on Cape Cod and the adjacent mainland.

    The first site we explored was one we visited last year. Never fails to please with a wide array of carnivores and other rare wetland plants.

    Drosera intermedia








    Drosera filiformis filiformis








    Utricularia cornuta










    Utricularia purpurea




    Sabatia kennedyana - Plymouth Gentian





    Site #2 is another one we went to last year. Very unique site situated at the edge of an abandonned commercial cranberry bog.

    Drosera intermedia




    Drosera filiformis filiformis












    Sabatia kennedyana


    The 3rd site we visited was supposed to have Utricularia gibba var. biflora, which is very rare in the North. We didn't didn't find the elusive U.gibba but we did find some other very impressive plants.

    Utricularia macrorhiza






    Utricularia purpurea

















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    That patch of purpurea is amazing!
    Judge not lest ye be judged creates a cesspool. Judge others and prepare to be judged by them.
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    Very nice Johnny! Your U. purpurea pics came out great. I had a hard time getting them in focus.

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    The 4th and final site was just off the Cape proper and back on the mainland. Another amazing site with a terrific variety of carnivorous plants ! Also, the only site where we found Drosera rotundifolia.

    Rhexia virginica




    Drosera intermedia


















    Drosera rotundifolia






    Drosera filiformis filiformis (and yes, that red swath is ALL D.filiformis)












































    Utricularia cornuta


    Utricularia purpurea





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    Quote Originally Posted by SubRosa View Post
    That patch of purpurea is amazing!

    We didn't even stop to get photos of the REALLY amazing U.purpurea site. Hopefully Jay will get some pics when he heads into the area later this week.

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    Hopefully!
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