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    Looks like D. capillaris from the shape. Do they have little bumps running in parallel ridges length-wise (14-16 ridges) in pairs?
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    Here's my D. capillaris 'Long Arm', for comparison:


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    Here's my D. roraimae. The sepals (bristles) at the crown will help to identify the species also:






    Looking at them side by side now I'm leaning towards D. capillaris
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    Here's my capillaris 'Long Arm'
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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    More photos.






    Not sure whether the seeds have little bumps or not as the seeds too tiny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piscesilim View Post
    More photos.






    Not sure whether the seeds have little bumps or not as the seeds too tiny.
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    I'd have to go with D. capillaris. It is likely the 'Long Arm' form, but it seems to be a more robust form, possibly one that has been crossed with the typical form?

    There is a lot of variability between even the same species.
    For example, the first and second pictures are of the same sundew at different stages:




    Compare to this "typical" form that tends to stay close to the ground:



    flower- what are your temperatures and humidity? There are evidently certain conditions that discourage certain Drosera flowers from opening.


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