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Rice, B.A. 2011. The thread-leaf sundews Drosera filiformis and Drosera tracyi. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter. 40:4-16. http://www.sarracenia.com/pubs/cpn40-4-16.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 31557
Type: News
Author: Rice, B.A.
Date (year): 2011
Title:The thread-leaf sundews Drosera filiformis and Drosera tracyi
Publisher:Carnivorous Plant Newsletter
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URL: http://www.sarracenia.com/pubs/cpn40-4-16.pdf
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Keywords: Drosera filiformis, Drosera tracyi
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Drosera filiformis

    PA - ca 4 mi N of Chalk Hill, along Rock Run
    PA - Glade Run Bog, 0.3 mi, 328° of jct of Flat Rock & Glade Runs, just E of Glade Run, North Union Twp
    PA - ca 4.8 km NNE of Chalk Hill, Chalk Hill Bog (aka Glade Run Bog)
    VA - under telephone lines off Rte. 639, in bog east of I-95
    VA - S of Frederisksburg, exit ramp from I-95 S to Rt. 1 and 17, W side of ramp between green directional sign and "Stop" sign.
    VA - Open, seasonally wet slope in high voltage transmission line corridor. Along a branch of Reedy Creek north of St. Rt. 690, 3 km ENE of Ruther Glen
    VA - Wet sandy power line cut, northeast off Exit 104 of I-95, 2 miles northeast, southeast off State Route 207, east off State Route [656], west off Coleman Mill Road
    WV - Cranesville Swamp


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