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    Its seem a type of drosera

    So this plant grow next to my D.spatulata, dont know this is canivorous plant or not but i saw that it have tiny hair around it leaf,and it seem got sunburnt

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    That's not a Drosera.

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    That looks really similar to a bunch of weeds growing in my Roridula pot. I'm not sure what they are either.

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    I would say the Drosera is tokaiensis, not spatulata, just for a mention to the carnivorous residents in the pot, but the green and slightly fuzzy plant on the side is just a random weed, of what kind I do not know however.
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    Ok thank you guys for that

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    It's pretty whatever it is.

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    If curious, could always transplant it to its own pot and grow it up a bit.
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