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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Seandew @ May 31 2005,1:53)]The first is not a D. rotundifolia
    I agree w/ Seandew, the first one reminds me of D. slackii.

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    Seed sown D. slackii would be fairly unlikely - I would say D. dielsiana.
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    the second one, burmanii for shure!

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    Just found this thread. Sorry for the late response.

    Steve - Did you get that vft from me? If so, then the red Drosera in question was purchased as a Drosera sp. Ayuan Tepui many years ago from California Carnivores and self seeds everywhere. I'm not sure what it is, but it is not slackii and differs from all dielsiana I have ever seen. The rosettes, under my care, are very small and deep red...but that doesn't mean that it can't be a dielsiana.

    Any thoughts anyone?

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