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This stone was designed using glass to represent the area being the "Glass Capital of the World". The floral rendering in the stone is of a wild blue lupine, a threatened wildflower native to Northwest Ohio. Blue lupine is the sole host plant for the Karner Blue butterfly, a federally endangered species. The Nature Conservancy is growing lupine at Kitty Todd Preserve, which is the only location in the state where these butterflies exist today. | Lucas, pt 2

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Lucas,_pt_2.jpg - This stone was designed using glass to represent the area being the "Glass Capital of the World". The floral rendering in the stone is of a wild blue lupine, a threatened wildflower native to Northwest Ohio. Blue lupine is the sole host plant for the Karner Blue butterfly, a federally endangered species. The Nature Conservancy is growing lupine at Kitty Todd Preserve, which is the only location in the state where these butterflies exist today.

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