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    I used to have a capillaris x rotundafolia that was exactly the same, right down to the aborting flowers. That's what I think it is.
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    Day temperature more than 40 C. Night temperature 23-25 C. Humidity 60-90%
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    I'm not sure about Rotundifolia x Capillaris because this is what mine looks like (leaves more circular):

    higher res: http://www.growsundews.com/sundews/r...capillaris.JPG

    Also, Lim has seeds from his plant, so I think it can't be a hybrid, as it would be infertile most of the time, and wouldn't produce viable seeds.
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    has anyone considered drosera oblanceolata to be an option? why or why not? looks pretty similar to me.
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    Well, it seems that his sundew has almost triangular leaves, while D. oblanceolata has more "oblanceolate-shaped" leaves.
    Here's a picture of my D. oblanceolata as well for comparison:
    leaf:

    http://www.growsundews.com/sundews/o...ata_leaf-1.JPG

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    hi-res: http://www.growsundews.com/sundews/o...et_Peak_HK.jpg
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