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    Sphagnum Guru Wire Man's Avatar
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    It looks awesome, doesn't it?! The N. burbidgeae pitcher is going to look amazing, we're all excited for it. The eymae doesn't have actually uppers yet, but it's close.

    That's a maxima?! That's a really, really nice maxima!

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    Profusions of flowers

    Sarracenia Flowers by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Sarracenia Flowers by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. northiana

    N. northiana by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. reinwardtiana, starting to gorge on ants.

    N. reinwardtiana by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. maxima var. superba

    N. maxima var. superba by Wire Man, on Flickr

    The Rudbeckia are growing really well

    Rudbeckia heliopsidis by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Iris virginica. I really like how this one turned out.

    Iris virginica by Wire Man, on Flickr

    And now for the fun stuff. 5 layer HDR!!!!

    S. 'Snowflake'

    HDR S. Snowflake by Wire Man, on Flickr

    S. 'Red Velvet'

    HDR S. Red Velvet by Wire Man, on Flickr

    S. flava

    HDR S. flava by Wire Man, on Flickr

    And a newly named cultivar for a new series, S. 'Apollo'

    HDR S. Apollo by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Introgressed S. x catesbaei

    HDR S. x catesbaei introgressed by Wire Man, on Flickr

    S. (rosea x alata) x rosea. I highly recommend enlarging this one.

    HDR S. (rosea x alata) x rosea by Wire Man, on Flickr

    S. alabamensis ssp. wherryi x minor

    HDR S. alabamensis ssp. wherryi x minor by Wire Man, on Flickr

    S. 'Fuschia'

    HDR S. Fuschia by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. x mixta

    HDR N x mixta by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. maxima

    HDR N. maxima by Wire Man, on Flickr

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    Really great photos! Love them all.

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    Sphagnum Guru Wire Man's Avatar
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    More from 5-1-12

    This medium-sized luna moth was resting by the purps. I think it felt safe by the water....

    Lune Moth by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Luna Moth by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. alata with a full upper pitcher.

    N. alata by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Virginia Fringe Tree

    Virginia Fringe Tree by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Tiger beetle! I have a love-hate relationship with these things.

    Tiger Beetle by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Biggest Cyp I have ever seen!

    Cypripedium acaule by Wire Man, on Flickr

    And a really pale one, which means an alba may be close by.

    Cypripedium acaule "Pale" by Wire Man, on Flickr

    S. oreophila seedlings made a huge size increase this year.

    S. oreophila by Wire Man, on Flickr

    This cricket frog was not afraid of me at all.

    Cricket Frog by Wire Man, on Flickr

    More of that pretty N. alata upper.

    N. alata by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. reinwardtiana decimating the ant colony.

    N. reinwardtiana by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. maxima "Tentena" upper.

    N. maxima "Tentena" by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. eymae coloring up.

    N. eymae by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. eymae by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. eymae by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Did they seriously try to hide eggs in there?

    Ant Slaughter by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Really weird N. fusca tendril.

    N, fusca Tendril by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. smilesii is exploding with growth.

    N. smilesii by Wire Man, on Flickr

    N. rafflesiana, a rare treat for us to see pitcher.

    N. rafflesiana by Wire Man, on Flickr

    A small taste of nearly everything in bloom.

    Full Bloom by Wire Man, on Flickr

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    Sphagnum Guru Wire Man's Avatar
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    This guy gives everyone a mini-heartattack every time it shows itself. Water snakes bite, hard.

    Water Snake by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Water Snake by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Another Cyp.

    Cypripedium acaule by Wire Man, on Flickr

    The naughty parts.

    Cypripedium acaule by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Mediola is popping up everywhere behind Meadowview.

    Mediola by Wire Man, on Flickr

    It's like a miniature lily.

    Mediola by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Some purps.

    S. purpurea by Wire Man, on Flickr

    S. purpurea by Wire Man, on Flickr

    D. capillaris

    D. capillaris by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Huge, happy D. capillaris

    D. capillaris? by Wire Man, on Flickr

    Stinkbug of some sort.

    Stinkbug by Wire Man, on Flickr

    HDR S. "Red Velvet"

    HDR S. Red Velvet by Wire Man, on Flickr

    HDR S. "Apollo" opening up.

    HDR S. Apollo by Wire Man, on Flickr

    HDR S. "Fuschia"

    HDR S. Fuschia by Wire Man, on Flickr

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    Nice snake! Do you know what species? We get northerns around here occasionally, but they aren't as orange.
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
    There is far more to everything than meets the eye.
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    It's a northern water snake. We have the regular brown ones as well as the colorful ones.

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    Water snake bites are like "Meh", not that bad IMO, although the anticoagulant in the saliva makes for a bloody old time! Just go for it and grab the big sucker! And invest in a snake hook for the station, that would make people feel safer, being able to remove him without touching.
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