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By huzar1136
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Joined:  Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:58 pm
#77703
Hello!

I'm going to the USA this spring, and were going to drive from N.Y to Miami, and were going right through North- and South Carolina. (Were staying in Fayetteville)
So, i would like to know if it would be possible to find those VFT's growing in the wild? Cause that would be very neat! :D
By BradR
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Joined:  Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:00 pm
#77709
I have the GPS coordinates saved, but I'm a little hesitant to post the exact location of the wild flytraps on a public message board. There has been a lot of poaching in the past and they are becomming more endangered in the wild.
Let me think about it.

Brad
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By Matt
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I wouldn't post them for the public to see Brad, but I probably wouldn't hesitate too much to send them in a private message exchange or email exchange.
By huzar1136
Posts:  9
Joined:  Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:58 pm
#77719
Just for you to know: I'm not gonna collect any. Even if i would, i couldn't bring them home, so there would be no reason to. I wanna see them in real life, and maybe grab some pictures! :D
But i dont need the exact coordinates, i just want to know where i might find some, like in a forest or near a village :D
By Daniel_G
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#77887
ive made a post on their habitat so you can take a look at that heres the link http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/flytr ... t7932.html its also got care info :D
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