The one with the Uncreative Name has returned with another question. (I have sooooooo many questions. )
If any of you who currently are reading this have stumbled upon my Interactive Grow List and Eat Counts and/or my photo thread, you would know that I have a lovely Drosera spatulata (or Drosera spathulata, does it really matter? Someone probably is going to come out and say it does.) which I have owned for about three months.
Well, I was checking that the hyperlinks on my Interactive Grow List and Eat Counts were working, and I clicked on the one for Drosera spatulata. The machine Googled it for me, as usual, and for some reason I clicked on the ICPS link for D. spatulata and how to grow its species group. At the bottom of the page was a picture of a Drosera tokaiensis (previously thought to be a variation of D. spatulata), which had leaves that looked almost EXACTLY like my plant's leaves. Here's a side-by-side comparison. The top picture is my plant, and the bottom one is said D. tokaiensis.
The description for D. tokaiensis also fits.
"Drosera tokaiensis is easy to grow and tends to become a weed."
Well, mine certainly has been easy to grow, and it's flowering a lot. The flowers also look like these, which supposedly are from a D. tokaiensis. (I say supposedly since it came from Wikipedia.)
Well, my plant isn't going to tell me what it is, so I guess I'll just need to find out!
I would greatly appreciate if anyone could confirm or disprove my thinking, as well as any facts, opinions, observations, personal anecdotes, blah blah blah yada yada yada etc. etc. etc. about these two plants!
(End of five-minute anomalous formality. )