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    Question Drosera spatulata or dielsiana?

    Hi, im a little confused between the two, is this spatulata or dielsiana?
    Or neither?

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    It looks like my spathulata, but I could be wrong
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    It looks very spatulata.

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    Yeah, spatulata
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    Could be D. tokaiensis too. Wait until you see what the flowers and seed look like.
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    D. dielsiana has much shorter peioles and more of a wedge shaped leaf. Looks like D. spatulata to me, but NAN does bring up a good point.

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    Excellent, i was more convinced that it was spatulata then dielsiana; I’ll try and get some photos of their flowers. Thank you everyone
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    I vote Spatulata as well.
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