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Thread: Sifton Bog in London, Ontario

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    a lot of those Drosera don't look like intermedia they look more like D. rotundifolia to me, but I'm no expert. The way I remember it is that D. intermedia has teaspoon shaped leaves and D. rotundifolia has soup spoon shaped leaves. But nonetheless great photos, looks like a fun trip!
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    I also can see both in that bog there. Both are great plants, the hybrid is really cool too.
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    In the videos or the pictures? The pictures are completely mixed, the more round leaves are rotundifolia, the others are intermedia.

    People did say they saw some D. Intermedia x Rotundifolia hybrids here, but I don't think I caught any....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcmcnair View Post
    a lot of those Drosera don't look like intermedia they look more like D. rotundifolia to me, but I'm no expert. The way I remember it is that D. intermedia has teaspoon shaped leaves and D. rotundifolia has soup spoon shaped leaves. But nonetheless great photos, looks like a fun trip!
    Drosera Intermedia:



    Drosera Rotundifolia:


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