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    confirm drosera identity

    I'm pretty sure this is a lantau. confirm?




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    Hard to tel from the angle of the pics, but sp. Lantau has pale pink flowers when open and a relatively thick petiole on spatulate leaves.
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    It looks like a Drosera spatulata "Fraser Island", but I'm not much on subspecies.

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    it definitely has pale pink flowers. for the most part i was sure anyway. thx.

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    And for the record, Plant Planter, the Fraser Island form of spatulata has pure whit flowers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    And for the record, Plant Planter, the Fraser Island form of spatulata has pure whit flowers.
    Ohhhhhhhhhhh. Then I've got no idea. It does look a bit like one, though, except the leaves are narrower.

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