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    The shape and growth structure are not right for intermedia.



    It is probably just an aberrant spatulata, that species is fairly pleomorphic.
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    Updated pics!!!









    I don't know what you guys think but this doesn't look like a spatulata at all!!!!
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    deffinitly looks like intermedia to me....

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    Looks like a hybrid like

    Drosera x beleziana (D. intermedia x rotundifolia)
    Drosera x obovata (D. rotundifolia x anglica)

    The petioles are too flat to be D. intermedia. Plus the hairs on petioles, D. intermedia is bald (glaborous).

    Note: I erroneously stated earlier that D. rotundifolia has glaborous petioles. That post has been corrected.
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    forgot about those hybrids NaN lol

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    i'm probably going to bring it to the meeting so you can see it up close....to me it look like a nidiformis with rounder leavs
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    Ivan is the one to show it to.

    Edit: Yes, it does look like D. nidiformis. Seeds would tell for sure. The lack of seeds could be because it is a sterile hybrid or just not ready to set seed yet. If the scape was dewey looking as with most South African Drosera I would lean towards D. nidiformis.
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    i grow nidiformis, and it does resemble it now that i look at it...i cant believe i didnt think of that >_< **slaps self** and the flowers are a pinkish white like he explained...

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