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    Oh yeah, I think you might have D.peltata. Could you post a very clear pic of the leaf? My money is on D.peltata and D.binata.
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    It is a D. binata, there is no doubt about it.

    Starman, are you sure you have a seedling of D. peltata because they look absolutely nothing like the D. binata in the photo?

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    I am 100% sure. Its got paddle shaped leaves, and they dont fork at all.
    It looks exactly like the pictures that I have seen.
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    Drosera peltata seedlings don't have paddle shaped leaves. They resemble the shape of D. prolifera are lime green and have blackish glands. I have hundreds coming up in pots throughout my greenhouse as well as growing throughout the bushland near my house. Where have you seen the pictures?

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    Ok I did take a better picture hopefully it will work. I seem to have a problem that in order to get close enough to get a good detailed pic the picture gets blurry? Alright well here is the new link with the new pic. Sundew seedling 2.

    Sundew seedling 2

    Also I have heard that they are more than one kind of D.binita any help there?
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    wolf9striker,

    You have a Drosera binata seedling.

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    there is an entire complex called the binata complex with various hybrids/cultivars.
    the species in the complex are: binata, dichotoma, and multifida.

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    There is no such thing as D. dichotoma and D. multifida. These plants are both varieties of D. binata. At best dichotoma could be described as a subspecies of binata
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    Drosera binata var. multifida
    Drosera binata ssp. dichotoma

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