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    About 2 months ago, about 40-60 seedlings of D.peltata germinated, at least I think they are D.peltata. They are more developed now, each seedlings has 4-5 leaves now. Does anyone have any photos of seedlings of D.peltata and D.rotundila, so I can compare.

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    I know about the photofinder, but I'm looking for seedlings of the plant and nope the cp photofinder didn't have any or at least they didn't labelled them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Does anyone have any photos of seedlings of D.peltata and D.rotundila, so I can compare.
    Sorry, not yet. But I sowed some peltata a couple months back so, hopefully, we'll be able to share seedling photos soon! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    The seedlings of both those species are going to look pretty similar (as with any 'dew seedlings.) Your best bet would be to watch them as they respond to coming conditions. If the plants are peltata they should start to die back once temps and light begin to go up. If rotundifolia then they will grow through till winter and form hibernicula.
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