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    More to ID

    dielsiana or spatulata?

    stray burmannii?

    What's this to the left of the sessilifolia?

    What's this next to the regia?

    What pigmy is this?

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    Well, I can tell you the second one is burmanii, can't be sure of the others.
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    Yes, the 2nd is D. burmannii....doncha wish all the other species were so distinctive, LOL. Very difficult to make assessment without floral details in most cases. Some helpful data to add when asking concern hairs on the scape and leaf underside, and where the scape emerges from the rosette...center or curved from the base? Once they get all growd up, things will be easier and you're likely to recognize it on your own.

    Pygmy ID without flowers is fairly impossible as well especially in immature and often atypical individuals. I'd also caution you not to seek consensus opinion based on Bob Z's admirable site. Phill Mann had a look there and it not surprisingly is a mess regarding these species. Allen Lowrie's botanical sketches are probably the best way to internalize this rather difficult section of Droseracae, better than photo's in fact. I'll see if I have them somewhere and share if I do.
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    next to the regia is tokaiensis

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    Halt there is actually no way to tell if its tokaiensis or spatulata just by looking at it unless your a master drosera IDer. ive grown both for awhile now and they are pretty hard to tell apart. especially considering the fact that tokaiensis is also known as Spatulata 'kansai'

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    It's not a spatulata or tokaienesis. It's a stray pygmy sundew of some sort.

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    yup, the pygmy next to the Regia looks kinda like the D. leucostigma that you sent me gemmae of a while ago, jim. Are the tinier pygmies at the bottom the same as the one next to Regia? Look similar to me...
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    Does D. leucostigma have an alternate name? Could that be D. allantostigma?

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