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  1. Utrolig fine bilder! Liker den rf8ffe betsntayrekln sammen med maling, Tynne og tykke strf8k, litt maling som renner. Akkurat passe tilfeldig. Likte ogse5 best nr 2. Den har energi som ge5r oppover med komposisjon og blikket til hesten.Ha en herlig helg, og he5per vi snart sees igjen :)Lena.

  2. Rob-those photos turned out fantastic, and it was a lot of fun hanging out and gettin’ our nerd on! You captured my “double chin” quite well, LOL Thanks for coming over!Doing the entire photostream might be a bit of work, but I’ll list the names of the ones on this post, starting with the first picture at the top (white hood, pinkish-red body):1) S. Adrian Slack x Judith Hindle2) S. flava ‘Killer’ Okaloosa Co, FL3)S. flava var. ornata ‘lidless’4) S. flava var. ornata ‘select clone’ (prince george Co, VA x bulloch Co, GA)5) S. oreophila ‘Sand Mountain’ clone A6)S. oreophila clone #47)S. purpurea ssp. purpurea ‘veinless’ Fort Nelson, BC8) S. rosea mobile Co, AL9)S. montana Transylvania Co, NC clone B10)S. leucophylla Hurricane Creek White Baldwin Co, AL (extinct in the wild)11)S. leucophylla hurricane Creek White-about a dozen different clones12) S. flava var. ornata13)S. flava var. ornata ‘black veins’ clone D Bulloch Co, GA (veins turn black as the pitcher ages)14) S. x Adrian Slack15)S. psittacina ‘large red’ Calhoun Co, FL16)S. jonesii antho free17) S. minor var. okefenokeesis clone E Ware Co, GA (population that this plant originally came from in the wild is extinct and now a tree farm)18) S. flava var. rubricorpora ‘Claret’ (ex. Mike King)19)S. x adrian slack x judith Hindle

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