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    No ideas?? I thought that you would have some now....

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    OK, i have seeds so i guess that it is Spatulata.





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    I agree it is spatulata.
    It could be tokaiensis though, which is really similar, and often self-seeds...
    It seems a bit small for tokaiensis, so I guessed spatulata.
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    OK

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    It looks like Drosera spatulata. I would know because I have one, but it also could be Drosera rotundifolia.

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    Flowers and seed look like D. tokaiensis. D. spatulata seed is slightly more ovoid, but it could depend on how ripe the are. Definitely not D. rotundifolia.
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    Okay, that totally is Drosera spatulata. Mine has started throwing out its own flower stalk and it is the same color and unfurled the same way.

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