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Thread: Drosera spatulata?

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    Hello,
    I'm almost positive that this is a spathulata(edit: Drosera spatulata), but I'm not sure (of course). Please help!

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    [img]http://home.**********.com/homer/spatulata.jpg[/img]




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    Yup, thats D. spatulata, and a very nice one at that!
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    Is that Kanto or Kansai? Leaves look too orderly and perfect to be an ahipara.

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    Isn't Kansai now know as Drosera tokaiensis?

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    Either is correct, but if you choose D. spatulata "Kansai Form" note there is no "H" in the species name ;-)
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    Hey,
    Homer, did you get that plant from Karen? I have one that looks exactly the same, and is labled D. spatulata 'Frazier Island whie flower'.
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    If it is the Frazier Island form, it is the Kanto type. The Kansai form is restricted to Japan.
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    Is that the plant in your avvy?[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/rock.gif[/img]
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