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    I would second D. capensis and D. binata. Binata is especially indestructible, and looks more unusual than the typical capensis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by w03 View Post
    I would second D. capensis and D. binata. Binata is especially indestructible, and looks more unusual than the typical capensis.
    I can actually give him one of each. Have some extras.
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    I was going to suggest a Drosera as well. A pot of something hardy like capensis or intermedia would do well under a light in an office, I think.
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    I agree, go with The Cape Sundew! I would also suggest telling your boss to feed them moistened fish pellets (betta sized) as they feed better on moistened food in a dry-ish environment. Also with Cape Sundews, if he likes the plant you give him, you can later set him up with the many forms (albino, red, wide, etc.)

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    i think a pinguicula would be perfect they take any water and does not require lots of light

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