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    These are some pics I took on my last bog trek before leaving Alaska. We found D. anglica, D. rotundifolia, P. villosa, and U. intermedia ... I only managed to shoot a few of the species before the bugs started getting too bad.

    A small portion of the D. anglica we saw


    Getting closer


    Closer...


    D. anglica!! lol


    U. intermedia


    More U.intermedia

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    very nice pictures! Thanks for sharing!
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    Very beautiful pics! Especially the closeup of the D. Anglica!!!
    Very pretty!!

    SF

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    Beautiful! Lucky you! That must have been a lot of fun.

    Thanks!
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    Great photos. Its always good to see plants in their natural habitat.
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