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    the flowers are purple...

    sorry-off focus

    can you see them?

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    this one has a lot of seeds!

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    Nice pics!! Its great to get out and see whats growing in your own back yard, makes me want to get out there and go exploring. I was thinking about heading out tomorow but the weather forcast is for 37, a bit hot to be hiking around, but maybe a trip in a couple of days to the highlands to look for summer growing tuberous Drosera and Utrics. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

    George

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    I love seeing Drosera in their natural habitat! Thank you very much for the wonderful photos of Drosera indica as it appears in Hong Kong!
    "Grow More, Share More"

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    Yes!!!
    it still appears in Hong Kong.....but not many!
    i go there once a year for taking photo and collecting seeds.

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    I'm feeling bold today, so I'll ask the question that some are dying to know but don't want to be rude:
    What do you do with the seed you collect? Sow, trade, hand-out to e-friends? You can PM me if you like, lol.
    The pics you took are really great. I think that is the first time I have seen D. peltata outside of Australia.
    It makes one wonder how these species were distributed.
    D. indica got the farthest, making it to S. Africa, while D. burmanii and D. peltata got to about the same distance from Australia, right. I am just assuming that AU is the starting point, since there are so many similar things there.
    Why did other annuals like B. liniflora and D. glanduligera not make it that far?

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    Joe

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    Nice pictures! As Tamlinn, I always enjoy to see fieldtrip's results! Can you name us the carnivorous plants species ocurring in your area?

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    nice sundew, thanks for posting!

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