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    Mystery Drosera

    I bought this little drosera a little while ago and like 8 plants sprouted from the pot hahaha. Anyway I know this dew is NOT rotundiflora/tokaiensis.


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    Looks like Drosera scorpioides.
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    I second what Not a Number said scorpioides most likely candidate.

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    Ok that's what I was kinda thinking but wanted an expert opinion, thanks!

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    That was my first thought as well.

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    The very long glandular tentacles on the apical margin of the leaves are a typical characteristic of the species.
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