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    Quote Originally Posted by Heli View Post
    Is the fallax a wistuba clone?
    It is.

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    Oh ok i thought it was a name change and stenophyla was now fallax

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    Quote Originally Posted by corky View Post
    Oh ok i thought it was a name change and stenophyla was now fallax
    No, some say they are different species, some claim they are synonymous with each other. For now I'll just keep them labeled as they were when they arrived.

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    That Nepenthes tobaica is so red! And what are the plants near the tentaculata in the last picture? Are they Utrics or just weeds? The leaves on the plant with the red stem look like feathers. Very interesting.

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    I have no idea what that is. It's some kind of fern like runner that grew out of some moss that was used as packing material for the plant. There's a flower from it in the last pic. Look down at the bottom of the pitcher, that little club like structure sticking up is the flower. That other feathery looking one is some kind of Mimosa the best I can tell. Those leaves open up during the day then fold up like that during the night.

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    The green leafed ones look like a form of penny-wort to me.

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    I agree that it's some kind of Pennywort although one I've never seen. SE Asian species more than likely.

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    Whoa, that tray of Drosera menziesii! Wonderful. The D. cistiflora are lovely and seeing them beside the tuberous 'dews explains to me why they grow poorly for me.
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