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    Hiding out in my Sarr pot, you sneaky thing...

    Today I had my S. leuco at school for a thing in art [was just drawing it, basically]. I was sitting inspecting it before class started and lo and behold, in the corner I saw this:




    I was transplanting the leuco today anyway because the flimsy pot was falling apart, so I put it in a separate pot. Here is my current setup:



    In the plastic shoebox: S. x Dana's Delight, unknown Drosera
    Next to that: Dionaea Typical
    In front: S. leucophylla

    My parents store their grill stuff here, so excuse the mess.

    What species do you suppose it is?

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    most likely a capensis, but D. alicae (or another easy rosseted species), and D. binata are also possibilties, as they are the three that most often turn into weeds.
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    looks nothing like capensis or binata.............my money is on spatulata
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    I was thinking spatulata too... we'll see as it grows!

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    seeing as it is such a young seedling, it is very hard to tell what species it is. Good luck with it though!
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    I wonder if it was even there when I bought the leuco, or if it sprouted later and blended in with the sphagnum until now... hm. It is pretty healthy-looking though, isn't it? Heehee.

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    May be Rotundifolia too
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    Quote Originally Posted by obregon562 View Post
    seeing as it is such a young seedling, it is very hard to tell what species it is. Good luck with it though!
    pretty easy to tell it aint capensis or binata though............
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