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Thread: D. indica x D. burmannii

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    Has anyone tried this cross or grows it? I have both species growing together and is wondering if a hybrid can be made if I pollinate the flowers manually.

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    I don't think it'll work, but I hope it does!

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    Aren't these two species quite related?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Jason Wong @ Oct. 10 2006,8:51)]Aren't these two species quite related?
    D. hamiltonii and D. indica might be a better match. Check out
    http://www.amjbot.org/content....01.jpeg

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    that would be an odd combo...are any CP genuses very close? maby there could be a Sarratonia!
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    I'm sure that with enough work they can get a hybred sarr x cobra or a sarr x heli. Hell if we can make a liger we should be able to make that.
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    You can't make a square peg go into a round hole. Even is they did make a hybrid, they'd have to do some genetic work and that would be more like creating a new plant rather than simply breeding them.

    IIRC, Dionaea and D. regia are close enough that breeding attemps have been made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]IIRC, Dionaea and D. regia are close enough that breeding attemps have been made.
    first off what is IIRC? second...wow haha. any success?
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