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    I would say some red form of filiformis as well.

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    Red form filiformis it would seem to me.
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    i dont see any forking in the leaves...and the somewhat flat, and more broad leaves are typical for filiformis seedlings on their first few leaves.....

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    I can't really see what I am shooting, so I take a bazillion pictures:


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    Eh, that picture didn't capture what I was talking about, but that it certainly looks like a Filiformis Fl Red.
    But I was referring to this:

    Maybe you just have two plants..or something..

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    What you circled appears to be another baby seedling. They are both D. filiformis red plants!
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    Thanks, guys and gal.... and now for the bog question: Who put them there? I can understand the stray B. liniflora and D. capillaris seedlings.... but I didn't have the seeds or the plants!

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    I put them there using my new carnivorous plant materializer. It's the only way I can distribute plants these days. So anytime a stray unknown plant comes up in your pots, you can be assured that I have been hard at work. It's got a built in time machine, in case you're wondering just where I got this material, having no plants. You sent to me about a year from now.
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