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    Author(s): Robert R. Ziemer
    Date: 1973
    Source: Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 2(2): 25-27.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    About a mile north of Gasquet there is a very small flat drainage which flows toward the south with a slope of about 25 percent. Extensive stands of Darlingtonia can be found in the minute creek in an area extending about 1/3 mile in length and 10 to 50 yards in width. Growing amongst the Darlingtonia are scattered Pinguicula.

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    Ziemer, Robert R. 1973. Some field observations of Darlingtonia and Pinguicula. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 2(2): 25-27.


    PSW4351, carnivorous plant, Darlingtonia, Pinguicul

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