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    hey,
    you're definitely right on your i.d
    i quickly typed in allantostigma on google images and the first thing i saw was an identical pic of your sundew under the link "Drosera nitidula ssp. allantostigma x ericksoniae"

    The site is: bugstraps.lunar.pl/photogallery.php
    and the link to the pic- http://bugstraps.lunar.pl/zdjecia/fo...mer=36&jezyk=1
    hope that settles it.

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    This pygmy sundew ID thing is bugging me! This is what I have as D. allantostigma:



    And this I received as D. erricksoniae:



    Are they correct?

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    can you show pics of the allantostigma in flower? the ericksoniae (the new omissa) doesen't look right to me. do you have pics of this one flowering too?
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    Yeah, the three styles is distinctive.

    I'd say it's D. allantostigma x omissa (Drosera nitidula subsp. allantostigma x ericksoniae) based on these photos:

    http://www.carnivorousplants.org/see...pygmyMugs3.htm

    Side note - notice the similarity of the D. nitidula hybrids. Sheesh!
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