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    that came up in the same container as D. burmannii, D. capensis, D. scorpioides, D. pulchella, and D. aliciae. it grows very slow so i really dont think it could be any of those. it looks ALOT like peltata. its about as wide as the thickness of a ballpoint pen. does anyone have ideas of what it could be?
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    It could be Drosera peltata, Drosera auriculata, or many other possibilities. We will just have to wait until it grows up some more.
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    alright. thanks. its in my cooler terrarium now just in case it was one of those. it sprouted near the D. capensis but i still think it isnt one. i got the D. capensis from 'Crisytal' so she would know what it could be.
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    Looks like a tuberous dew to me.

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    That's what baby tuberous dews look like?

    Wow then I have tons of them!

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    are they in the same pot as the D. peltata seeds that i sent you Dave? im gonna see what it does for the rest of the winter. thanks for the help guys!!
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    does that look like it will produce a tuber in the summer? It still looks really small. How big is it? I ask because I have a bunch of small plantlets like that in my D. macrantha pot and I was wondering if they might produce tubers

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    they will... just small ones i suppose. if they are sundews they are gonna be those tuberous dews. congrats dude
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