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    No, it means that it's not called 'Alba'. The real name that it is registered under is 'Albino'. You should still get D. capensis 'Albino' babies if you germinate your seeds. And I think Pinguiculaman is doing that. (It says this under your post: Edited by PinguiculaMan on Aug. 13 2006,4:24)

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    Awww look, it's a little pygmy's flower!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ Aug. 14 2006,1:25)]...anyways does this mean seed i get from it will not be the same(Albino)? and who keeps correcting us!!!?
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    Like Drosera36 said, you should still be able to grow Drosera 'Albino' from the seed, but just remember that if the seedlings don't match the published description for Drosera 'Albino', then they aren't Drosera 'Albino'. Likewise, if you were growing any Drosera from seed and it grew to exactly match the published description for any valid, published, cultivar, then effectively it is that cultivar since genetic identity is not yet being used to fingerprint plants for cultivar registration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (PinguiculaMan @ Aug. 14 2006,9:58)]
    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ Aug. 14 2006,1:25)]...anyways does this mean seed i get from it will not be the same(Albino)? and who keeps correcting us!!!?
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    Like Drosera36 said, you should still be able to grow Drosera 'Albino' from the seed, but just remember that if the seedlings don't match the published description for Drosera 'Albino', then they aren't Drosera 'Albino'. Likewise, if you were growing any Drosera from seed and it grew to exactly match the published description for any valid, published, cultivar, then effectively it is that cultivar since genetic identity is not yet being used to fingerprint plants for cultivar registration.
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    ok i finally got a pic after....9 FLOWERS! its not bad for the cruddy camera i have.
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