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Sarracenia minor

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S. minor
S. Minor - Anthocyanin freeS. Minor - Anthocyanin free
M5: S. Minor - Anthocyanin free
S. minor - Coppery redS. minor - Coppery red
M8: S. minor - Coppery red
S. minor - near Wacamaw River , Brunswick County, North Carolina - MK M12S. minor - near Wacamaw River , Brunswick County, North Carolina - MK M12
M4: S. minor - near Wacamaw River , Brunswick County, North Carolina - MK M12
S. minor - Old Dock, Columbus CountyS. minor - Old Dock, Columbus County
M3: S. minor - Old Dock, Columbus County
S. minor - PJP M01S. minor - PJP M01
M1: S. minor - PJP M01
S. minor var. okefenokeensisS. minor var. okefenokeensis
M2: S. minor var. okefenokeensis
S. minor var. okefenokeensis - clone 1 - from seed from ICPS in 1980s. Tall, fat, raised areolae in youngS. minor var. okefenokeensis - clone 1 - from seed from ICPS in 1980s. Tall, fat, raised areolae in young
M7: S. minor var. okefenokeensis - clone 1 - from seed from ICPS in 1980s. Tall, fat, raised areolae in young
S. minor var. okefenokeensis - clone 3 - from seed from ICPS in 1980s. Tall, dark, very hoodedS. minor var. okefenokeensis - clone 3 - from seed from ICPS in 1980s. Tall, dark, very hooded
M6: S. minor var. okefenokeensis - clone 3 - from seed from ICPS in 1980s. Tall, dark, very hooded
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