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    could someone tell me what they are?

    thanks!

    rex

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    Rex,
    Is this another Drosera you have growing locally?
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    yes,few years ago,at a little corner of sunset peak.
    it has 6 petal,different from oblanceolata!

    rex

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    Hi,

    This plant looks like Drosera oblanceolata to me.

    Does it always have 6 petals?

    Christian

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    Yes,all of the single plant has 6 petals.
    I have grown oblanceolata with pale pink flower,they are similar but not all the same.

    rex

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    Yes, I would agree that this is D. oblanceolata although I have never heard of a white flowered form it does not surprise me that you have found one. It may be that the flowers have not gotten their full color. I would discount the possibility of hybridization in habitat due to the fact that there are no white flowered D. spatulata forms present on Sunset Peak that I am aware of. The 6 petaled flower is interesting.....such abberant flowers can indicate hybridization but not in this case I think.
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    Are there any drosera's petals has this characters?i mean same species but different number of petals,strange to me

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