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Thread: I don't know what drosera this is...

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    cyclopse I don't know what drosera this is...

    Does anybody know what this drosera is? It came as a plantlet growing in my sar leucophylla's pot. I put it in the same pot with my drosera spatulata'fraser island' colony when it was dormancy time. Does it need winter dormancy? Thanks a lot people!!!
    http://s1251.photobucket.com/albums/...own%20Drosera/

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    Drosera roundandstickya.

    It almost looks like a little D. capensis. Let it grow out a bit, and post back.

    BTW, if you put a [img ] and [/img ] without the space after the "]" around your link, you get a picture in your post.
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    could even be a tiny adelae, but looks like to my untrained eye, some sort of cape x.......maybe capensis x spatulata. All of my baby typical capensis look alot more cape-like lol! Wow seeing the pic again here on TF it looks more and more like a very young adelae to me. Either way it should be a lot more obvious with a few months growth.
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    I agree with Lil Stinkpot, it looks like a small d. Capensis. It could alsonbe a d. Spatulata but I am more incline to to think is a d. Capensis. It doesn't need dormant period so just keep it above 35F and that should do it.

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    . did you know you can use photobucket to post your pics here

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    it may take a month to make sure , it could be a lot of dews at this point. you dont even need to post the img w brackets just copy the image code on photobucket and come back to the thread click inside the response box here and paste photobucket automatically adds the brackets.
    hold your curser over the pic. then a sub window will come up for that pic, the bottom line is the one to copy just go down and click on it it will copy, the bring it back here..
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    very nice shots by the way.....

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    Thanks guys! For the camera hints and what the plant might possibly be. I'll keep you guys updated with pics, since I'm really curious what the plant is

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