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    Great pics!

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    Very nice, congrats on catching them open.
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    Great job! I've been working on catching my Drosera in flower as well. I literally had one close up on me in the minutes that it took it took to get my setup ready.

    Since that lesson I've got my tripod, light and (ghetto) diffuser and backdrop ready for action at all times. lol
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    New entry!!! Drosera sargentii flower....check the edited initial post!
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    Just added omissa x pulchella flower...last in the initial post. It was recived in form of gemmae as omissa (ericksoniae) and i haven't noticed anything wrong...until it flowered of course! Anyway....if your omissa has those long white stigmas (not rounded) like mine then you might want to change the name on the label and help stop this hybrid pygmy confusion. Way to many wrong id's in the pygmy world!
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    Just imagine trying to cross some of those. What a nightmare, lol. I remember reading somewhere that someone ended up taking his plants to the office to catch some wooly sundews in flower to cross.

    Great photos. I love pygmy flowers.

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    Does anyone know how long a D. Spinnata flower stays open and what time it usually opens? I have a plant with flower spikes all over it but I never see them open. If someone could tell me when to look I would really appreciate it.

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    i have no idea what a d. spinnata is.....i can't find anything on the net...are you sure about that id?...........d. stands for what? drosera? post a pic if you can.
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