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    Unknown Drosera & Sarracenia species/subspecies ???

    Hi i would love any suggestions on what the following plant species/subspecies maybe.

    I'm thinking this one may be Drosera nidiformis but to be honest i have no idea lol




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    following are some Sarracenia psittacina's of mine, the first two pic's im almost certain are S. flava x psittacina





    This one possibly just S. psittacina



    Any suggestions would be incredibly helpful...

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    The ones you have labeled as S. psittacina look like 'Scarlet Belle' to me.

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    might be right on the drosera. need to see a flower to be 100% sure.

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    I think you are correct about the drosera. The Sarracenia looks like S. dixie lace.

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    i'll try and get a picture of the Drosera flowers, im pretty sure there actually flowering at the moment... i'll post pic's tomorrow.
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    Sorry this is a terrible picture (stupid camera is on its way out!!!) but what do you think? Drosera nidiformis flower
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    Third sarr pic looks like x doodle bug to me.
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    Almost certain that is nidiformis.
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