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Thread: Drosera ID help please

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    For comparison's sake:

    D. admirabilis

    D. spatulata

    D. venusta

    D. cuneifolia

    D. aliciae

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    Here is an update:




    Are we still guessing D. aliciae? It has grown a little and coloured nicely. I was a little unsure what to do now its winter, but have moved this plant outside into an unheated greenhouse. I hope it survives the winter.

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    Still looks like Alice to me!

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    If i may add my opinion I think it might very well be Drosera montana var. tomentosa. It looks just like the one I have i will post picture here tomorrow.

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    I still think aliciae, but I'm just a Drosera noob xP
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    Quote Originally Posted by klasac View Post
    If i may add my opinion I think it might very well be Drosera montana var. tomentosa. It looks just like the one I have i will post picture here tomorrow.
    I hadn't thought of that. Here are old pictures of now dead plants (with D. gram...):






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    here are the pictures of my drosera montana var. tomentosa (hairless scape, Serra do Caraca, Brasil):





    They look just the same as the one were are trying to ID :-) Maybe i am wrong but I notice when I see 2 identical things:-)

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    You're looking at obcuneate to spathulate (inversely wedge shaped to spoon shaped) leaves vs obovate (paddle shaped) to eliliptical leaves.

    D. aliciae has wedge or spoon shaped leaves. My money is on D. aliciae
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