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    what plants are these

    Hi. New to forum and have a few plants I would like some help to identify. I tried to rotate on photobucket but the are still on their side

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    Nepenthes 2


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    Nepenthes 3



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    Sarracenia



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    Drosera
    (smaller round one)

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    Nepenthes I know for nothing but the Sarracenia is S. minor and the small Drosera is D. burmannii probably from Beerwah, QLD. It could also be Drosera sessilifolia but considering your location D. burmannii is more likely. If there are hinges on the marginal tentacles then it's D. glanduligera
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    Nepenthes I know for nothing but the Sarracenia is S. minor and the small Drosera is D. burmannii probably from Beerwah, QLD. It could also be Drosera sessilifolia but considering your location D. burmannii is more likely. If there are hinges on the marginal tentacles then it's D. glanduligera
    I Googled Drosera burmannii and the Pictures that came up look like it. Beerwah is only 2 hours from me though I Grew them from seed I bought from Melbourne.

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    Australia is one of the hot spots for Drosera species. You're not all that far from Gympie where you can find Drosera spatulata too.

    http://www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn...4n2p56_60.html
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    As it gets bigger the leaves always stay round not longer but gets more layers and some times more red. I had a whole tray of them about 60 but i tried to but them in a closed fish tank and 2 days later they were all dead. they are starting to grow back now must have been some seed still in container. I kept it wet in hope something would grow back.

    Another Nepenthes I dont have a tag for
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    The 1st Nepenthes is 'Black Knight' . The 2nd one might be 'Judith Finn'. Not sure on the 3rd one. The Sarracenia is S. minor. The Drosera is either D. sessifolia or D. burmanni.

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    The third nep looks like Red Leopard to me.

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    # 3 looks like maxima X ventricosa but, maybe with something else in the mix as well.

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