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    This guy cropped up in one of my sarr pots last year. Funny thing I don't believe I ever had one of these guys... It doesn't look like a spat to me. If you need another pic tell me.


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    It isn't a spat. It might be an aliciae. It looks similar to mine.

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    yeah looks similiar to my D. Alicae "hills form"
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    Mmmm, here is another pic in natural light

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    Hi,

    It could be a plant from the dielsiana/natalensis/venusta complex. Hard to say without seeing seeds and the flowers. I would not even reject Drosera spatulata. D. spatulata is very variable.

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    Maybe it's a capillaris... capillaris pics.
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    I think its aliciae
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    I would agree with Christian. It is not D. aliciae. I tend to lean toward the D. spatulata diagnosis from what I see of the stipules (more evident than in South African possibilities). To be sure you will need a good photo showing the scape, flower and seed.
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