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    Ok! I have...

    U. machoriza
    U. minor
    U. intermedia

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    Quote[/b] (SunPitcher @ Feb. 24 2005,1:00)]Ok! I have...

    U. machoriza
    U. minor
    U. intermedia
    Now now, don't go wild collecting [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img]

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    For Florida you have to fill out a form (permit) for every collection. Then get written permission from the landowner. The form should be first mailed to your local agri. agent for approval. This is not for endangered plants though. Those need special forms

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    Like I would drive all the way up there for plants. Especially if they are fine where they are.

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    I would drive anywhere I would have to, to see the babies in the wild again. I wouldn't hesitate to collect any plant--------------on film or digitally!
    45 yrs. growin\'
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    Agreed

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    I wouldn't drive for utrics. They are KINDA boring.

    For sarrs, dews, and vfts, yeah, i did, and I will again!

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    In Georgia, all of the Sarrs are protected.
    Newnan (Atlanta), GA
    - what do you do when your bog is full? you build another. and another. and another. then you buy some pots. and some more. and some more. and some more. then you wonder how much it would cost to rework the hydrology in your yard to place your house on an island. -

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