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Young white-topped pitcher plants and their flowers stand behind a clump of sweet pitcher plants, Sarracenia rubra, an infrequent species in southeast North Carolina, though locally common in isolated places.  Left: A classic image of a fly after its soft parts have been digested by a Venus flytrap leaf. Right: The funnel-shaped throat of a yellow pitcher plant leaf is lined with waxy cells that make it difficult for insects to climb to safety; trapped prey are confined as they settle to the bottom of this floral pitfall trap. Susan Snider | 910.622.4394 • Kelly Strickland | 910.612.6537 • Larisa Gadalla | 910.777.4882 Michelle Clark | 910.367.9767 • Wendy McElhinney | 910.515.5495 Linda Woods | 910.233.8900 • Alison Long | 910.520.5949 949,000 $2142 Deer Island Lane 18th century-inspired Charleston home 1,841,122 $starting at $150,000 Cranesbill Court, Lots 1 through 5 remaining 7 lots, each with 22-foot boat slip + lift $1,595,000 3 W. Asheville Street Unbelievable water views $569,000 2800 Shandy Avenue Location! Location! Location! $549,000 1304 N. Lumina Avenue, Unit B Cute beach getaway 1020 Windlea Run Waterfront home with 24-foot boat slip 121 S. 5th Street $599,993 Remarkably renovated historic home 2221 Moreland Drive $769,000 Private and great Landfall location “Michelle Clark and her team are second to none. We recommend them highly and we will be glad to employ her services should the need arise in the future.” — Peter and Leslie  34 WBM june 2015


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