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    Sundews July 2010

    its not very often i post photos of my dews, as its usually so freakin hard to get a decent shot of them...but thanks to my new camera, i can finally start showing some of them again...i dont have many, but here are a few of them....

    So we will start with some of the North American natives....
    D. rotundifolia




    D. filiformis var. filiformis


    D. filiformis Florida Giant


    D. intermedia




    D. xHybrida


    Now for some of the others...

    D. capensis Red, yes its the red form, its just not as colored up as normal because we are just now getting some nice weather...give it a couple weeks lol


    D. capensis



    D. aliciae seedlings




    D. scorpioides



    D. carbarup


    D. pulchella


    more to come later....hope you enjoyed
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    Your dews are looking great, SK!
    Very nice dews, indeed, and great shots!
    What's the new cam?

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    its not literally a NEW camera, but its new for me, came from Andy....Olympus C-4040Z

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    Nice pics! I've decided sundews are my favorite CP (this week anyway). So many varieties, all with their own charms... looks like you've got a nice assortment going there.

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    Those Drosera have amazing amounts of dew!
    -just burned your snow

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    thanks for the comments guys
    Burnt - you should see them in the morning just as the sun hits them when the humidity is highest, its like a literal glistening forest, its amazing...ill have to try and get some photos of that if and when i ever wake up early enough to do that rofl

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    very beautiful plants!:-)

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    SK, I'd love to see the pics if so! Ah, dew .
    -just burned your snow

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