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    as i suspected!
    that is a omissa x pulchella...(omissa is the new name for ericksoniae)
    ....and YES on the flower color. my nitidula x pulchella flower color are close to the flowers showen by you. just remember: as a general rule, when nitidula is crossed the cross flowers are still going to have those red stigmas that the nitidula have....on your flowers the stigmas are white like the omissa's
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    I have some of the same. I believe it is D. omissa (ericksoniae) x pulchella.

    I do have another plant that is supposed to be D. nitidula x pulchella but I did not observe the flower and it either died or went dormant after flowering. The leaves looked slightly different than the above.
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    Best regards,
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    Very nice looking plant, Mark!

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    I wish there was some database with pics of all pygmys and their flowers. Too many people have mislabeled plants. We need an expert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry View Post
    I wish there was some database with pics of all pygmys and their flowers. Too many people have mislabeled plants. We need an expert.
    With certain exceptions, many of mine are beginning to all look D. nitidula... and that's as far as I can go. Man, I'd hate to have to say, "Pygmy Sundew"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by larry View Post
    I wish there was some database with pics of all pygmys and their flowers. Too many people have mislabeled plants. We need an expert.
    http://www.drosera.lu/English/Species.htm
    http://www.plantarara.com/carnivoren...ra/drosera.htm
    http://pygmydrosera.com/
    http://kent.la.coocan.jp/Drosera_index_frame.htm
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    I sure wish to find a occidentalis x pulchella flower pic somewhere
    Those are great databases NaN but they all missing something: the pygmy hybrids. The hybrids are the problem, they are hard to id ...not the pure sp.
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