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    Beutiful! i think that it would be amazin to see that in front of you!
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    those look freakin HUGE!

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    Wow! What a nice find! Thanks for sharing the photos with us, Mass.
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    Rotund, rotund, everywhere! No purps?
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    unfortunately no.. no purps.

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    Tell the Danaus to get a room! nice mpics

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    Nice pics mass!
    Just so you know, I believe that the last picture, the third to last, and the fourth to last pictures are all of D. intermedia, which vaguely resembles D. rotundifolia.
    That means that their may be some natural hybridization going on between these plants, forming D. x beleziana.
    Glad to see that there is a nice portion of land where sundews can safely grow like that.
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    That is a very cool find. I really like some of those with the red stems going out to the leaf. Keep taking pics it would be interesting to see if they all bloom.

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