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    A few dews in flower

    Got just a few pics of my sundews in flower, tried to catch D. burmannii with an open flower but they open and close so fast I couldn't catch it.

    D. spatulata Fraser Island


    Closer pic, notice the pollen grains!


    D. intermedia 'Cuba'
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    Great shots! D. burmannii is a fast bloomer- but you caught D. intermedia 'Cuba' which I've never been able to catch, so props!
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    Very nice! I caught my intermedia the other day too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CPlantaholic View Post
    Great shots! D. burmannii is a fast bloomer- but you caught D. intermedia 'Cuba' which I've never been able to catch, so props!
    He had pics of D. spatulata

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDCPs View Post
    He had pics of D. spatulata
    Actually my last pic is one of D. intermedia 'Cuba'.
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    Oh, sorry. I thought that was obvious. I didn't realize that it wasn't

    I meant to say that you posted pics of d. spathulata and not d. burmannii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDCPs View Post
    Oh, sorry. I thought that was obvious. I didn't realize that it wasn't

    I meant to say that you posted pics of d. spathulata and not d. burmannii.
    I think the OP was responding to my comment that I tried to get pics of D. burmannii in flower but I missed it, but then he said congrats on getting D. intermedia cuba in flower. Burmannii is a tough one to catch, hopefully one of these days I'll catch an open flower!!

    Btw, how is that vft I sent you doing? It still producing traps with excessive trigger hairs?
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    Oh, OK. Sorry CPplantaholic!

    The VFT hasn't produced many traps yet. It'll take a while.

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