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By Eventerminator
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Hello,

Today I decided to walk further in my local wetland. This time with my dad and my sister. Found some more flowers in bloom and some carnivorous plants!

Flowers:
Purpler flowers
Purpler flowers
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Blue Flowers
Blue Flowers
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Pink flowers
Pink flowers
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These weren’t in bloom when I went there last time. I guess the warm weather is starting to wake them up

Parasitic Plant
Parasistic Plant
Parasistic Plant
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This was a pretty cool find. I think these guys wrap around their host plant and suffocate them.

Carnivorous Plants
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There was quite a lot of them strewn about in the area. They seem to like to grow in open clearings. They are quite small. I almost missed when I was walking by. Luckily, I manage to see one and after that I could see them all throughout the area. There are all sundews, I couldn’t find any utricularia.

I don’t know any of the species so I’m just gonna put all the photos of them here.
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