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    I know, this one's really got me stumped.

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    What you need is some MORE PEOPLE HELPING.

    ---------- Post added at 12:44 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:43 PM ----------

    I know people here want to help just depends on time of day.

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    I guess I have everyone stumped here !

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    well maybe it could be a cross with Drosera rotundifolia, jsut becasue there wasn't any close by doesn't mean the pollen wasn't carried in from an insect? just an idea...
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    The 2nd pic is likely to be Utricularia subulata, one of the two most insidious invaders in the hobby. It is particularly known for it's habit of producing cleistogamous flowers (& prolific amounts of seed).
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    I agree that they're cleistogamous flowers of some sort but, the stalks and flowers are the wrong color and length for Utricularia subulata. When my Utricularia subulata produced these flowers in the past they were still a pale yellow and the stalks were reddish and twice as tall. Hopefully whatever it is will eventually produce normal flowers. They've looked like this for 2 years now though. I wonder if they could be Utricularia juncea or Utricularia cornuta...
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    No expert in any sense of the word but the sundew does look like it may be a hybrid to me. I wouldn't even call it an educated guess. More of a guess.

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    I'd say it's D. capillaris based on the stipules and the leaf shape is within the variation you find for this species. Look at D. capillaris 'Emerald's Envy' for instance. Collect and describe the seed after it flowers. D. capillaris seed are elongated ovals with tiny bumps in ridges running the length of the seed.

    Why does it look different from the other plants? "Sports" happen. Stand in a field of wild flowers and maybe a few plant stands out from the rest. Again take D. 'Emerald's Envy' as an example.
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