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    Two different drosera pop up in my Utricularia praelonga x livida

    I noticed that three Drosera have popped up in my Utricularia praelonga x livida. I believe one of them may be capensis and the other two are capillaris. What do yall think?


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    I think yes.
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    Might be capensis and spatulata.

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    Thank you for the input. I like getting surprise plants. I hope it does turn out to be spatulata because I don't think I have that one.

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    I would definitely say capensis and spatulata. The leaves look identical to my type spats I have, and different shape from the capillaris I've seen.
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    Yeah, I actually thought that maybe it was spatulata but I forgot to look it up and see what spatulata look like so I just went with saying capillaris because I have several of those and I figured it wouldn't have been hard for it to have spread. They grew so fast so I don't think they grew from seed. Could there have been remains of roots that grew this fast? They grew that big in 2-3 weeks.

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    Drosera grow very fast....

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