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Thread: Not A D. fulva....

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    I have no D. capillaris.

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    I'll have to send you more
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    Need some B. liniflora and/or D. indica seeds?

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    I do lol

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    I'm thinking that this plant is a D. intermedia.

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    Looks like D. capillaris Long Arm to me


    Flowers and seeds will tell you for sure if it is D. capillaris or D. intermedia.
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    LOL! We're back to roundandstickia again!

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    It looks like a seedling, so until it gets bigger there is no way to know for sure. However many Drosera seedlings look like this, including all of those mentioned above, as well as D. spatulata and D. capensis, among others.

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