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    Some bloom pics

    Drosera admirabilis




    Drosera aff. moorei



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    OOOH a yellow-flowered sundew. I had thought all were pink, white, or purple. Do all
    Drosera aff (? ? ?) have yellow blooms?
    that makes no logic

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    very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch View Post
    OOOH a yellow-flowered sundew. I had thought all were pink, white, or purple. Do all
    Drosera aff (? ? ?) have yellow blooms?
    Hey Finch,

    There are a number of yellow flowered tuberous. The term "aff." is for affinis and is used by Lowrie to indicate a plant that is related to a known species but may or may not that species. So, it is more a question of if all moorei have yellow blooms and that answer is "yes". As do sulfurea and intricata and I believe subhirtela as well...
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    Wow! I'm waiting for my admirabilis colony to get that happy!

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