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    Third Nep is a Red Leapord, the first might be N. X Gothica or Black night (most likely black night)
    The Sarracenia is S. minor...
    And the drosera is most likely D. Burmanii

    no idea what the third Nep is..


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    The 1st couldn't look any less like X Gothica. I just looked it up and 'Red Leopard' is ventricosa X maxima so, I'd agree with that.

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    Nepenthes 1: Black dragon
    Nepenthes 2: looks a lot like x Miranda
    Nepenthes 3: Red leopard
    Nepenthes 4: maxima hybrid, beyond that I have no idea of parentage
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    Thank you for all the help.

    It is nice to know what type they are so I can buy more and not get the same one :P

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    Found these growing in my pots. Are they Utricularia? If so what type are they.

    I have 2 of them in different pots. 1 is 100mm above the surface and the other is about 150mm high. The leaves are small as per photo. I will try to take a better photo.






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    Does anyone have Utricularia subulata? It kinds looks like what I have.

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    That is U.subulata. The little green sundew looks like D.burnamii and a few mini D.capensis next to it.
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    Thank you for your help. The Drosera are D. burnamii and D. Capensis

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