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Pine Barrens trip #2

Heli

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Today I visited a couple of locations with my grandfather. First we did some canoeing through the pine barrens.
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We discovered a small opening in the dense forest, it was mainly a field of cranberrys with small pools of water lilies.
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There were a couple drosera intermedia scattered on the pool banks.
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Leaving the site...
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Some other random stuff we saw
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Saw this snake, anyone want to ID it?
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Now for the next location. I have been to this location once before and involves a bit of offload driving to get there, this secret location was shown to me by one of the Brooklyn botanical garden curators.
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The only way to go bogging
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Hybrid swarm of drosera x beliziana (intermedia crossed with rotundifolia)
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The end!!!

Btw, anyone know what form of purp this is?
 

Heli

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thank you everyone. I still have a ton more photos to post :).

I just wanted to note that all the red in the last three photos is drosera. The beliziana population was located in bronze sphagnum so anything that looks like red sphagnum is actually just more sundews :lol:
 

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There can be an overlap in the S purpurea, but most of what I always see on my trips is S. purpurea subsp. venosa
 

Heli

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There can be an overlap in the S purpurea, but most of what I always see on my trips is S. purpurea subsp. venosa

Ok thank you. This location is in the southern area of New Jersey so you are probably correct.
 

Heli

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Just went through the pictures on the other camera. Most of the pictures were blurry so I am just posting the good ones (which happen to be only of beliziana)
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Gorgeous plants, that x beleziana swarm is really cool. I knew they had a tendency to sprout from leaves, but that is just ridiculous.
Also pebes: that is a banded water snake, it looks nothing like a hognose.
 
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bandeds aren't supposed to be further north or east than north carolina, probably a norther watersnake, but i suppose it could be a banded. pretty sure i saw the jersey devil in one of the pics
 
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