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What type of Ping is this?

Posted by johnnyb OH (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 6, 07 at 12:18

http://i16.tinypic.com/2zfn607.jpg

It looks really cool and almost "sponge-like". I'm trying to find out its name and does anyone know where I could get one?


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RE: What type of Ping is this?

Do you have a Photobucket account? If so, then copy and paste the Tag link to post the picture or copy and paste the link to the Optional link.


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RE: What type of Ping is this?

Ok, an attempt to post pic in forum:

Photobucket


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RE: What type of Ping is this?

I have no idea what kind of Ping. that is, but I must say that is an awesome pic and I want one of those for myself! Hope you can identify it:)


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RE: What type of Ping is this?

I can't tell ya what it is but I am impressed by the carnage it seems leave in its wake. :-) Do you have any other pics of it at all?

Here is a link that might be useful: Aracknight's Deadly Delights


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RE: What type of Ping is this?

Nope...no other pics...I found it on the internet some time ago and was so impressed by its look. It almost looks like styrofoam or something and I want one real bad!!


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RE: What type of Ping is this?

I found the picture on Wikipedia. It's a Pinguicula gigantea, the largest of the butterworts. Here's a link

Here is a link that might be useful: Pinguicula gigantea


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RE: What type of Ping is this?

Wow... no way I could identify it by it's leaves! Even the ones that have grown them for decades struggle with it and wait until it flowers. To me, most of them look all alike!


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