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avatar Sarcodes sanguinea
March 26, 2009 10:22PM
avatar Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
March 27, 2009 07:09AM
smiling smiley

I love the color of yours better... He's one from near Cottonwood Meadow.

avatar Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
March 27, 2009 01:49PM
This one is from Lassen:



Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 20, 2011 05:09PM
Hello,

I´m editor in chief in the Revista Natureza (www.revistanatureza.com.br), a brazilian magazine about plants and gardens.

I would like to use your picture "Sarcodes sanguinea" in my article. Is it possible?

Manoel de Souza
manoel.souza@europanet.com.br
avatar Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 20, 2011 05:12PM
Yes, you may use it in an article. Please credit this website.
avatar Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 20, 2011 06:43PM
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Yes, you may use it in an article. Please credit this website.

This is good.



Old Dude
Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 23, 2011 06:20AM
OK. Thanks.
avatar Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 23, 2011 09:27AM
How about a link to the article? Please



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Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 20, 2011 08:28PM
If you are interested in quantity over quality...




And if you like that one, there are a few more on Picasa...



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avatar Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 20, 2011 10:57PM
I love snow plant. When I first visited Yosemite in 2005, I remembered being told they were fairly uncommon. So, whenever I saw one, I'd take a picture. A couple of years ago, when I was hiking with a friend, and pointing them out, he said, "Those things? They're a dime a dozen!"

Since learning of them, I've "collected" different mycotrophic plants. One of my favorites was a collection of Pine Drops we stumbled across in Russian Gulch in July a couple of years ago. It was such a surprise to see them.

But I still get excited when I see a snow plant in the Sierras. So bright and vibrant!
avatar Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 21, 2011 12:38AM
There's even a couple of orchids.

avatar Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 21, 2011 02:34AM
Mama Snow Plant with Plantlings:

avatar Re: Sarcodes sanguinea
May 22, 2011 01:15PM


This is one we found while watching bears in the Crane Flat Bear Viewing Area. Right by the side of the road, at the base of a sign post.

June 2007
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