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    Got this D. adelae at Lowe's in a small cube a while ago. I just found this extra stowaway in the pot. I'm sure it's something common, but not something I have otherwise. Can someone tell me what it is?

    Sorry about the crappy picture. Thanks for the help!!


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    Drosera capillaris is my guess
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    Actually, it could be a small D. adelae developing from an older leaf.

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    It's actually small D. adelae coming up from the roots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Seandew @ Dec. 20 2005,2:54)]It's actually small D. adelae coming up from the roots.
    Just what Seandew said.
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    I have the same thing going on with my D. adelae although i cant get a good close up shot i did get a pic with a arrow pointing at it, my D.adelae has 2 growing points and its a very tiny young plant then i noticed this stowaway that poped up next to one of the leafs from the adelae.



    My guess is it is a young D. adelae with rounder leafs? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_l_32.gif[/img]
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    It is a young D. adelae. They will eventually start to develop their lance leaves as they get larger. It seems most young drosera look like that at first, at least to me.

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    Forever a newbie...

    I should have known it was just an offspring of the D. adelae. It is growing near the base of the plant. Duh!

    Thanks for the lesson, fellow CPers!

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