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Thread: Not A D. fulva....

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    Not A D. fulva....


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    Was it suppose to be

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    It was a packet of seeds, put in fresh media.

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    Ahh yes.... I recently germinated 2 packets of "Drosera broomensis" from a Canadian company that specialized in exotic seeds. They are clearly Drosera spathulata though.

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    Petiolaris complex drosera are very difficult to obtain pure species seed from. The reason being that they are self sterile and very few clonal lines exist in the trade, at least in the US. I'm guessing the seed came from eBay? Most of the seed on there is spatulata it seems hope you get some actual D. fulva next time!
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    Well the plant shown isn't spatulata, but it looks like it might be intermedia or a relative. If it were bigger that would help...
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    It came from a Petiolaris complex hobbyist. It's possible that none of the D. fulva seeds germinated and maybe something from the media did. Someone thought it might be D. rotundifolia. I'm horible at ID'ing plants, but I don't think it's D. rotundifolia, either. I guess time will tell....

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    D. rotundastickya for sure. Still have any of the D. capillaris "long arm"? Those get around.
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