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Thread: ID these Drosera seedlings

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    See this thread. Although I think the flowers of many of the hybrids look similar so it may not necessarily be "Lake Badgerup".
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    i have seen that plant labeled in so many ways......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    Here's a close-up of a D. filiformis var filiformis "Florida Giant" - a bug's worst nightmare!
    Wow. I can't even begin to fathom going in there!

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    Looks like the D. occidentalis is going to open tomorrow - while I'm at the LACPS meeting

    I have too much other stuff to lug besides the pot and my camera.

    Anyway here is the false D."pygmaea" flower:
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    compare that to this:
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    The shape of the petals look different to me, though a little difficult because of the angle. But it looks like blunt points vs. rounded.
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    i will show an other angle later....i think it's the same
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    how about this angle? the flower may appear a bit diferent but that might just be because of diferent growing conditions or just the cameras that we use...i think
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