Looks like a baby adelae.
Yes, looks like juvenile adalae.
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My Grow List Updated Oct 22/2010.
Now how did an adelae get in there? I have no seeds and the real adelae pots are nowhere near that one.
I have had my D. adelae jump pots also! I believe the roots find a way up and into other pots if close enough, or you get an un-wanted leaf propagation. I believe in my case the roots jumped pots.
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If you accidentally used the same potting media you used for a D. adelae pot, a stray root in the soil could've popped up.
<Heli> How are you guys losing your hamatas?
<Brokken> Heli: The hamburglar.
I think that's how I am getting stray D. capillaris in a several of my pots... at least the seeds thereof.