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    Hi guys!!i search the photo of S.leucophylla and S.flava grow from in the Milton area of western Florida.
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    If you're looking for photos posted on Terraforums of these species probably the easiest thing to do use the search function from the navigation bar for forum. Type in "Milton" as your search word, click on the "Show Posts" radio button. Then click the "Go" button and browse the results.

    If you're trying the CP Photo Finder go to the page for each of the species in question and use the control-F string search of the browser on "Milton".
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    I'm kind of confused as to what you're really asking.
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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    I found a few photos. Are you visiting the area? Both S. leucophylla and flava from Milton are very nice. I find it easier to search by county, which would be Santa Rosa.

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    I'm looking for photos of Sarracenia Leucophylla and Sarracenia flava var.. growing in the milton area of wetern Florida.I'm not search photo of cpphotfinder or other.I write on terraforum search of "milton" e other but I have not found anything I was looking for.
    For example:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/6300022...in/photostream
    this is a darlingtonia growing of North CO,CA
    i try photo of S.leucophylla,Milton co,western Florida and S.flava var ornata,flava,rubricorpora, or other variety growing in the western Florida,Milton co..
    sorry for my english. I write english not very well

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    Are you looking for in-situ photos of the plants in nature or plants in cultivation?

    The eleventh photo in this thread is labeled

    "SFR11 S. flava var. rugelii -- Milton,FL.Clone 1 (W)(F48,MK,MK)"

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ton#post980211


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    "S. flava var. rugelii copper tinged Milton, Florida (F17)"

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ton#post978686

    There maybe more but I haven't look at all the hits.

    Ok, the Blackwater River State Forest Webite says:

    Within the forest, pitcher plant bogs are unique areas containing a diversity of carnivorous plants which lure, trap and then digest insects. The carnivorous plants of the forest include glistening sundews, butterworts, bladderworts, and four species of pitcher plants. Pitcher plants trap insects in their erect trumpet- shaped leaves with an array of downward pointing hairs and a slippery wall, which lead down to a deadly bath of rainwater and digestive enzymes.
    There's also a photo of some Sarracenia leucophylla with the following caption:

    Several species of the uncommon carnivorous pitcher plant (Sarracenia spp.) are found in abundance throughout the forest in soils saturated with water.
    I would try contacting the Florida State Forest Service through the links on the website and see if they can point you to some resources or someone may even send you some photos.

    http://www.fl-dof.com/state_forests/...ter_river.html

    This document has references of Wetland plant and animal guides for Florida. You may be able to find copies online or you can try contacting the University of Florida which seems to be the publisher in some cases:

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...IuGN4Q&cad=rja
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    Milton isn't a county, it's a town/city located within Santa Rosa County.

    Here's an in-situ leucophylla
    http://www.bestcarnivorousplants.net...A_10_large.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    Are you looking for in-situ photos of the plants in nature or plants in cultivation?

    The eleventh photo in this thread is labeled

    "SFR11 S. flava var. rugelii -- Milton,FL.Clone 1 (W)(F48,MK,MK)"

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ton#post980211


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    "S. flava var. rugelii copper tinged Milton, Florida (F17)"

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ton#post978686

    There maybe more but I haven't look at all the hits.

    Ok, the Blackwater River State Forest Webite says:



    There's also a photo of some Sarracenia leucophylla with the following caption:



    I would try contacting the Florida State Forest Service through the links on the website and see if they can point you to some resources or someone may even send you some photos.

    http://www.fl-dof.com/state_forests/...ter_river.html

    This document has references of Wetland plant and animal guides for Florida. You may be able to find copies online or you can try contacting the University of Florida which seems to be the publisher in some cases:

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...IuGN4Q&cad=rja
    Yes i try photo of plant in nature!
    i read this:http://www.fl-dof.com/state_forests/...ter_river.html
    and is very interesting,but this site descrived of blackwater river state forest and Blackwater bay,live four type of Sarracenia,S.leucophylla,S.flava var. rugelii and the other two which are?
    Thank's "not a number"!!

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