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Thread: Sarracenia purpurea veining patterns.

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    Not the greatest shots for what you are looking for but let me know if any of these help (6.1MP). They are all from Oakland County Michigan.

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    Some of those might be usable. Keep them coming guys!

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    I klutzed and broke off a pitcher while repotting and dividing the S. purpurea ssp venosa var burkii "Crestview, FL". It was an "inner" pitcher so not much color. I stuck in the scanner. Instant herbarium specimen. Click on them for higher resolution images.


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    Nan, that's pretty much exactly what I'm looking for! See the fractals? The inner hood is almost exactly the same as the outer hood. Mass, where is that one originally from?

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    Yeah, I never noticed the physical cellular "tiling" pattern that the veins follows before. Neat. Maybe I'll sacrifice a few pitchers from some of my other plants. Easier than setting up the tripod since I have no "assistant" to pull back the hood while I operate the camera.
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    That would be awesome, especially since the growing season is almost over! It might help if you cut them open so nothing overlaps the pattern. I can't wait to try this with a Chesterfield purp and their crazy exaggerated hoods.

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    Here are some from WI, not sure how useful they are. I was actually semi-planning on hiking a bog here in WI next weekend that has 1000's of purps in it. If I do, I'll definitely get some good hood venation shots.


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