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    Wild drosera

    I found some wild Drosera today and yesterday. I saw U. purpurea and U. gibba too both still in flower. I believe me and my brothers will be camping by this pond next week. I know one species is D. intermedia, if you know what the small red one is please tell me. Also if you see another species that I didn't notice please also point it out.












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    Neat. The D. intermedia seedlings are cool.
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    nice pics!
    the small one could be a baby D. capillaris or a D. brevifolia.
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    That far north id take a bet on rotundifolia....

    range of brevifolia taken from sarracenia.com - Range (USA): Arkansas, southeastern Kansaseastern Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia. Possibly Oklahoma, and Kentucky?

    range of capillaris - Range (USA): Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia. Possibly Tennessee?

    So yeah id say rotund for the smaller ones

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    I agree with SK.
    rotundifolia.
    nice find!

    here are some 3 year old rotundifolia from seedbank seed


    I have been seeing rotundifolia in places I never would have thought they grow

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    I'd say it has at least some intermedia in it, but yeah, definitely some rotundifolia.
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