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May 20, 2008

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Christina

Very interesting. And great photos. I also love your jacket in the last post!

Annie

This is really fascinating. I have never been much for plants, but after moving to a house with a yard overgrowing with all sorts of plants and flowers I've slowly been learning what they are. I've been taking photos and trying to figure out what I have growing in my yard. It is interesting to read more about the life of plants, thanks for sharing!

rebekah

what an interesting love triangle! as with all, it is bound to not work out for someone (poor little gnat).

helen

beautiful story and photos . I love this plant but have not found it in my woods yet . I will keep looking .

Patricia

I love learning about plant-insect symbiosis, and this one is so specialized. At least the gnats die happy!

Elsita :)

Isn't nature something amazing Margie?!!!!!
Human imagination can be pretty amazing but nature is always beyond human imagination. I love all the things that I learn in your blog and i love the fact that you are a nature lover!!!!
Hugs!
Elsita :)

kbaxterpackwood

Our Jack in the Pulpits are green - central Iowa. they are the same color as yours as you get closer to the Mississippi River.

kbaxterpackwood

Check my blog for the green Jack in the Pulpits!

http://www.thistlequill.blogspot.com

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