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    Drosera ID

    I've been meaning to post this pic for a while, I got these plants as extra with an order from Andrew. Since I was not expecting them and didn't have a pot, I plugged them into a mini bog with my sarrs.

    Forgive the poor quality of the pic, they are from when I first got them. They have since made a nice little rosette of leaves ahd put up stalks with pinkish flowers on them. If people can't ID off this one I can try and take a more recent pic tomrrow.

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    might be a form of spatulata...you realy need to post a better pic if you want a more precise id
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    OK I figured the quality would be a problem so I went outside and shot another picture of them.

    The smaller ones that are also there now are hitchhikers. I'm guessing those are Capensis?

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    spatulata and "all green" cape
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    I don't think that those are D. capensis "Albino". The plants don't seem to be receiving enough light for one to be sure of that.

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    The flowers are the only sure way to tell. White flowers = 'alba'
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    I realy doubt it! Look at the spatulatas....Do they seem weak to you? Anyway, wait for flowers to get a good id.......how much direct sun light do they get?
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    deffinitly spatulata or tokaiensis, and obviously capensis of some kind, more than likely alba, since ive had seedlings of typical that showed good color at that age

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