Congrats on a good cp life Bugweed
There are thousands of species still to be "discovered" or more correctly, to be described. You are less likely to find these plants in the well-traveled parts of the world. The more inaccessible and inhospitable the place, the less likely that it has been thoroughly "botanized". Further, the more obscure the plant, the less likely that it has been completely studied. One is more likely to find new species of Genlisea than of Sarracenia.
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LOL, good one ROB!!!
I am curious though: When "plant hunting," what kind of weapon do you use, rifle, bow or what?
Are they dangerous when wounded?
"That bical should have dropped around here somewh-IIEEE!!! The darn thing gots it's fangs buried in my calf! Get it off!!!"
a charging hamata is enough to make most turn and run for the safty of their safari carOriginally Posted by [b
I talked to friend who used to go botanizing with some other botanists. He said basically over a week they would pin point an area or location to start and a perrimeter to be combed thoroughly. Come Friday after work they would take off and make it back just in time for work Monday morning or take a few extra days off depending on where they were going. They were cactus hunters though not CP.
\"There is nothing here of interest to any nation, as a matter of fact there is nothing here but humans!\"
Cactus hunters...man. Cp hunters have only a couple of "toothy" ones to watch out for, but if you don't drop one of these cacti on the first shot.....
There are cacti ALL over the place here! They grow anywhere and everywhere!