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    Amazing sight! Thanks for shareing!

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    Moved where it won't get bumped so fast!
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    WOW!! That must be a sight to see in person! It's pretty impresive second hand by pics!
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    Thanks BW

    This site is approxamately 5 acres. This summer I will be monitoring areas in excess of 500 acres.

    AprilH,
    a secret for now but hopefully, not forever. When every grower out there has a plant material from this bog there will be no need for poaching.
    Even without colouration the genetic diversity was awsome.
    I had lots of pictures, but the server wouldn't take them. PM me if you would like to see more. Let me know what "kb" you prefer the pics to be in.

    Kirk,
    If ever you're this way..... give me a shout.
    I always suspect everything could be a trap... thats why I'm still alive
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (ZAK @ April 26 2005,10:26)]Thanks BW

    This site is approxamately 5 acres. This summer I will be monitoring areas in excess of 500 acres.

    AprilH,
    a secret for now but hopefully, not forever. When every grower out there has a plant material from this bog there will be no need for poaching.
    Even without colouration the genetic diversity was awsome.
    I had lots of pictures, but the server wouldn't take them. PM me if you would like to see more. Let me know what "kb" you prefer the pics to be in.

    Kirk,
    If ever you're this way..... give me a shout.
    Yes, but I keep thinking of VFTs, which are produced by tc by the gazillions, but I don't think of them as safe in their native area.
    Great stuff, ZAK. I got to see my first wild cp a few weeks ago at Big Thicket. I saw both Drosera(brevifolia and capillaris), Sarracenia alata and P. pumila. I saw no Utrics....
    [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_h_32.gif[/img]

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    Holy cow!! Is that not an awsome sight! Man, are you lucky!

    At least it gives hope for the future that stands like that will remain.

    Thanks SO much for sharing the photos. They are absolutely breathtaking. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Nice

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    This is Michael Pagalautos, or half of him any ways, just thought you could see the embankment better here

    Griffin,
    The utrics were not flowering yet when you visited, just as the Droseras were not when I visited. Which means I'm going to have to make another trips soon. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]
    As it's impossible to get all of this bog into one shot, without a heli. all the pics taken are of different areas.
    I always suspect everything could be a trap... thats why I'm still alive
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