Expedition in Minas Gerais State, Brazil. 2011.


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Hi people.

A few days seven CPers visited Minas Gerais State, in Brazil, to see a lot of beautiful CPs

(drosera, utricularia and genlisea). See this topic in PCBR (portuguese).

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All Pictures in page 1, 2, 3 and 5 (more in future): :sun_bespectacled:

http://www.plantascarnivorasbr.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=8807

Regards.

Carlos.

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Is that real??!! The D. graomogolensis and D. camporupestris fields are unbelivable beautiful and it's not only thanks to sun shining in the nice angle! Thanks a lot!

EDIT: I have to look at those pics again and again! :sun_bespectacled:

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Breathtaking!!

One of the very best Drosera reports ever.

D. graomogolensis is one of my favourite species and now I just love it even more.

Thank you for posting Carlos!

François.

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:thanks: for all kind comments.

Is this 'my better travel to see CP in Brazil'. So far (I live in soutern Brazil).

It was a tiring expedition, We walk a lot of Km in full sun in dry conditions for a few days

(ticks too, Ohhh ... .... I hate ticks! :shock: ).

But I enjoied, I'm not a botanist ... ... I'm a just curious CPer among experts.

Was a great honor to be invited. Thanks to my friends Adilson K. Peres, Fernando Rivadavia,

Paulo Minatel, Jonathan Ferreira, Nilber Silva and Ruy Válka. :tu:

Regards.

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Hi Carlos,

wow, great pictures.

For sure it was great to visit these places with a bigger group of CP enthusiasts and experts nethertheless it has been a tiring expedition.

If i would have the possibility to join such an expedition i would do it immediately. :biggrin:

Thanks for sharing these pictures.

Best regards,

Dani

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Sounds like you fellows has a great time!

Seems like there are a lot of D. villosa related species spread across many hills and mountains...

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  • 2 years later...

For anybody revisiting this topic, please check the link below for more info on the taxa of the D.villosa complex mentioned above: http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=51688

Best wishes,

Fernando Rivadavia

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