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    Heh, I've got germination. So far I've only spotted one that is still trying to get out of the seed, but that's good news at least.

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    A cropped pic of one of the seedlings. I've found 5 so far.

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    Here's just an update on them.



    I got rid of the three smaller ones, and moved the remaining two away from the third one, so they could all have some room.

    I don't think that these look like D. x tokaiensis; the leaves are too long.

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    Here' just another update thing; I dunno if they really changed all the much from the last pic.



    I really don't think that these are D. x tokaiensis seedlings, since like I think I said before the leaves are way too long, and my D. x tokaiensis seedlings seemed to have wider leaf circle things lol.

    What do you guys think? Does it look like a cross so far? The reason I keep referring to D. x tokaiensis is because it was the plant that bore the seeds, and if the hybridization didn't work, all I'd get is D. x tokaiensis. In the future, I think I should use D. capensis as the seed barer, because 1. it has bigger flowers and 2. it does not have snap tentacles, and D. x tokaiensis does. Snap tentacles are apparently the dominant trait in hybrids, so it would be easier to tell earlier on if the seedlings are hybrids.

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