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Mapping horticulture

Minot State staff, students organize North Dakota by plants

February 28, 2012
By ANDREA JOHNSON - Staff Writer ( , Minot Daily News

Minot State University assistant biology professor Alexey Shipunov and his students have spent the past year on a botanical treasure hunt that turned up some unexpected finds, including a sandew, a cousin of the infamous Venus flytrap. The plant grows in a unique peat moss bog that stretches across the North Dakota-Manitoba border northwest of Lake Metigoshe.



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