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massmorels
Posted: Jun 10 2010, 12:50 PM


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Took a trip out to a local sphagnum bog today, and found more than we bargained for. Tens of thousands of D.rotundifolias have popped up within' the past 2 weeks! We collected nothing, and photographed as much as we could. It became difficult to go any further.. due to all of the CP's, so we turned back. Didn't want to cause any damage to the gorgeous scenery. This was our first time seeing CP's in the wild, and man.. it was WILD! :-O

Wild turkey's in the field on our way in..

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Happened across some Monarch butterflies breeding..


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Now for the good stuff! :0o:

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Posted: Jun 10 2010, 12:51 PM


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nicholas
Posted: Aug 22 2010, 06:29 AM


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WOW! Where is this anyway? That is so cool!


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massmorels
Posted: Aug 22 2010, 08:12 AM


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QUOTE (nicholas @ Aug 22 2010, 09:29 AM)
WOW! Where is this anyway? That is so cool!

It's in a bog I found in Bath, Michigan. Those large clumps of dews in the last pic, and a few before it turned out to be D. intermedia. The rest are rotundifolia..


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Posted: Nov 7 2010, 12:29 PM


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That's awesome, man! Thanks so much for sharing!


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