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    Hi every I was just try to found out, how many species there are that belong to the woolly sundew group. Can anyone give a list on how many there are. I also heard that D.Indica belong to this group, too.

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    Ron posted this list on another recent thread.

    Drosera broomensis
    Drosera brevicornis
    Drosera caduca
    Drosera derbyensis
    Drosera darwinensis
    Drosera dilatato-petiolaris
    Drosera falconeri
    Drosera fulva
    Drosera kenneallyi
    Drosera lanata
    Drosera ordensis
    Drosera paradoxa
    Drosera petiolaris

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Red G @ Aug. 24 2006,3:34)]I also heard that D.Indica belong to this group, too.
    D. indica is an annual that grows with the petiolaris complex plants in many locations but has a larger range - extending south.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (RL7836 @ Aug. 24 2006,5:13)]D. indica is an annual that grows with the petiolaris complex plants in many locations but has a larger range - extending south.
    And north. It is found on the Asian continent as well
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    hmm whats the one that looks like a tuberous drosera?

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    And what about D.neocaledonica?

    At first It was described as a wolly sundew, but I didn't hear some fresh news about it.
    May someone tell me the truth?

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    I gather that D. subtilis and D. banksii are also related to the petiolaris group.
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    D. banksii is what i was thinking about! thanks!

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