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  • mass - D. adelae

    9 45.00%
  • mcmcnair - D. adelae

    12 60.00%
  • amphirion - Lepanthes caprimulgus

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Thread: Plant of the Month November 2013

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    "Or sprouted by the owner"

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    add a little dash of anarchy...
    lepanthes caprimulgus


    the actual flower
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
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    +petiolaris drosera going dormant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcmcnair View Post
    I too will be entering a Drosera adelae. My argument that this is allowable is that none of these "plantlets" have roots and are just emerging from this single leaf, so they still constitute a single plant. Some quick backstory these plantlets are part of my undergrad research where I am treating different species of sundew leaves with different plant hormones to see if I can increase plantlet proliferation and this is one of the better looking leaves, even though it doesn't have a ton of plantlets on it. So there ya have it, my entry. Drosera adelae


    D. adelae by mcmcnair, on Flickr

    Let the arguments over whether or not this qualifies commence!
    Cool, and very sticky-looking! What hormones have you selected for trials on your leaves?

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