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    Stray Sundew in Bucket


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    It might a filiformis red form.
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    Not sure at all...
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    i too would say filiformis red....

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    Can you get some more pictures?
    I would agree with the filiformis, but the top leaf, going into the media, looks almost spoon/paddle shaped at the tip, but I can't tell if it actually is.

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    If I recall, filiformis seedling do have sort of a paddle in thier first leaf or two. Then they form stubby leaves that resemble threads and then they get longer with each leaf. At least that is what I remember from watching my filiformis sprouts grow this spring. Man I must be getting old, memory fuzzy from 3 months ago...

    I agree filiformis 'red'

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    None of my filiformis tracyii, florida red, or filiformis have forked or paddley leaves, so I dunno.

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    You may be right. I am going on by memory on what appears to be a bad memory sector.

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