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Thread: long arm capillaris, and a couple other dews

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    wow jimscott cant wait till , i have a few dews from the trades i got from you to look as nice as these youve shown here,
    very nicely grown
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    kulamauiman, yours are second to none either , very nice

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    LOL! A lot of my sundews have come from kulamauiman!

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    kulamauiman, sorry in advance , not sure what you mean by recurved, puckered in or out?, and what part is the petiole.
    I'm still trying to learn more on dews, dont think ill of me,
    I'm puny and and my mom dresses me funny like.

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    they bend back towards the soil. Let me get some pics of burmanii growing under the same conditions to compare.

    easy way to look at it short petiole for sessilifolia make them look like an triangle with three 60 degree angles. long petiole looks more like those old transatlantic supersonic jets, was that the concord?....


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    If the D. capillaris "long arm" is from the plants I sent jimscott a couple years ago then the location of origin is Tate's Hell Swamp, Franklin Co., FL.

    That stuff gets around in more ways than one
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    LOL! I also get a lot of plants from Notanumber!

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    compare: Both plants grown in the same area, so similar light,etc

    D. burmanii. petiole circled


    D. sessilifolia

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