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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Capslock @ Nov. 11 2005,6:50)]Yeah they do! I have regular, alba, this one which is almost black (it is darker than it seems in the photo), and now they all produce seed. I just cut a stalk off this one, and I swear the room got dark for a few minutes from the cloud of seed that flew out. Sigh. I'm going to have billions of them all over.

    EDIT: lol, not all drosera can be hybridized. Generally (very generally), the more similar they are, the better your chances. I doubt burmanii x binata would work at all. But who knows

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    If it is that dark, then it is probably D.capensis red.I Wish mine would have survived the contaminated lfs I'll get it back in my collection one day. Off topic a little bit,but, Capslock,my hirusta x veitchii flower opened and their is a little yellow ball with ridges in it. Is this a sign of a male or female?
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    Which does it look like?:


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    If it's female, that's cool. I've got some N. ventricosa pollen going right now. We'll do a hybrid!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]D. capensis x D. burmanii
    Dang, I would LOVE to see that hybrid. Think of how cool that plant would be...The size of a Cape Sundew with the speed of D. burmannii

    I hope that cross works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Capslock @ Nov. 11 2005,7:01)]Which does it look like?:


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    I'm not sure, but it looks more like the bottom one because the thingy is more fat and it is not long and skinny. I will try to post a pic of it if I can.
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    Great pix, Capslock!
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    You should try asking in the nepenthes forum dewy . I'm sure you'll get lots of help there.

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    My little D. regia is really starting to settle in. I'll try to post a picture soon to show its progress.

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