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Thread: D. sessilifolia - Is it a age thing?

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    maby they are wearing themselves out due to flowering....
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    Hmmmm....

    Looks to me like this could be D.burmanni & not D.sessilifolia...

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    that would explain it, it looks exactly like what happened to my D.burmanii (and likely everyone else's too) after it flowered...

    Possible??
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    What are the differences between D. burmanii and D. sessilifolia?

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    i think D.burmanii has that realy quick tenatcle movement. before this i have only heard of D. sessifolia once so i dont know much about it.
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    Fernando, I am not doubting you but I never had D. burmannii seeds germinate for me. Not from any of my sources. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img]

    guqin, D. burmannii has longer petioles than D. sessilifolia.
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    Wow, D.burmannii has never germinated for you?? Do all your sources microwave their seeds?? I remember having quite the opposite problem with this species, seeds kept germinating anywhere and everywhere! Try a few more sources, many people have this in cultivation, it shouldn't be hard to find. As for the ID of your plants, apparently a few people are trading around seeds of D.burmannii labelled as D.sessilifolia...

    Good luck, Fernando Rivadavia

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    It is definately a D.burmannii.
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