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    Great pictures really wish i could take a trip somewhere like that someone soon! Looks like you guys had a great time and saw alot of great stuff. Id especially be interested in seeing where the utrics lived and their natural habitat to see just how they live in nature and how much space they try to take over, i really like the color of tge flowers on U. Cornuta and U. macrorhiza, nice shaped flowers too . That little toad on ur finger/hand is the cutest thing ever!! Omg!! Lol thanks for sharing
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    I like the one growing in the dead wood

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    That snake is actually Thamnophis sauritus, a Ribbon Snake.

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    Beautiful place and photos! I love all those flowering Utricularia. Are U. purpurea and U. cornuta difficult in cultivation? I can't recall ever seeing anyone growing those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gnathaniel View Post
    Beautiful place and photos! I love all those flowering Utricularia. Are U. purpurea and U. cornuta difficult in cultivation? I can't recall ever seeing anyone growing those.
    I personally think Utricularia purpurea is difficult to maintain, but it isn't that hard to acquire. Utricularia cornuta is a bit more rare but there are definitely people growing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    That snake is actually Thamnophis sauritus, a Ribbon Snake.
    Really now. I'll correct that one too. I'm glad you went back and looked, I added that one afterwards. I didn't get a great look at it, immediately after the picture he disappeared, I'm glad you looked closer than me.

    Quote Originally Posted by gnathaniel View Post
    Beautiful place and photos! I love all those flowering Utricularia. Are U. purpurea and U. cornuta difficult in cultivation? I can't recall ever seeing anyone growing those.
    I haven't grown either myself yet. I assume U. purpurea would appreciate similar conditions to Aldrovanda. The recent thread seems like a good guide. Although I use a larger container than a 5 gallon bucket. Especially for U. purpurea, we found some strands that were nearly as tall as me.

    We only found a couple small patches of U. cornuta, it is tough to notice if it's not flowering. They were all very silty, sandy though, it was always a bit more towards the water line of the ponds than most of the Drosera. I haven't seen it in any other locations so maybe someone else can comment. I don't know if Johnny has found it elsewhere in New England?
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    double post
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    I revisited one of these sites back in mid to early August. Just a few pics I took, mostly non-carnivorous.

    Sabatia kennedyana:



    Pontederia cordata:


    D. intermedia:


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