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By thepitchergrower
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You just deleted your question? :? :?
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You had to change it? :( (I have never seen CP's in the wild...)
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The strange thing is that I'm not too far away from Drosera anglica natural habitat... :? Where's the nearest bog...
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Your best photo of a sundew!
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Is this good enough? My camera on my tablet broke, so I can't take another one.
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It's a great photo, problem is that I don't think you can answer my task more than once. (check the rules...) :? Elaineo?
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elaineo wrote: Thu Apr 14, 2022 6:10 pm Yeah give others a chance to play :) That’s a gorgeous sundew btw.. @Sundews69 what is it?
Burmannii Humpty doo?
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Sundews69 wrote: Thu Apr 14, 2022 5:43 pm Yeah! Google search your nearest bog and go there! It's totally worth it. When I went to my nearest bog, it had HUNDREDS of S. purpurea spp. purpurea!
No bogs nearby. Apparently most of the Anglica grow on sphagnum matts new lakes/rivers/ bodies of water. There are some locations like lake tahoe, plumas, medocino, and Lassen NP, but they are at least 3 hours away. :x .
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elaineo wrote:Yeah give others a chance to play :) That’s a gorgeous sundew btw.. @Sundews69 what is it?
It's D. burmannii 'humpty doo'. It's in flower and if the plant produces good seed and I get a lot of it, I'll send some to the seed bank! Just curious, what are the sarrs that you're dividing?
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