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    long arm capillaris, and a couple other dews

    Here are the long arm capillaris seedlings from jimscotts seeds,
    I got the seeds back at the first of the year, and I think I started them in Feb.

    Here they are now .
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    I can't remember who gave me this one,everyone here is so generous, thank you,
    I've had it for about the same amount of time.

    brumannii
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    Scorpioides and Aliciae are the others in the closeup thumbnails,
    click on these for xtra closeups.

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    Awesome shots! I'll be getting all these very soon and hopefully they turn out like yours
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    Well done!

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    Looking at those glands at the end of the snap tentacles (the longest ones on the outside) I sort of believe that what you call Drosera burmannii might actually be it's Brazillian counterpart, Drosera sessilifolia. Were the flowers pink?
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    Wish I could get my dews to look like yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamlin Dawnstar View Post
    Looking at those glands at the end of the snap tentacles (the longest ones on the outside) I sort of believe that what you call Drosera burmannii might actually be it's Brazillian counterpart, Drosera sessilifolia. Were the flowers pink?
    hasn't bloomed yet , and i am reducing the light cycle not sure it will bloom this season I'm sown to 13 hours and going to 10 hours in the next 10 to 12 weeks,I'll post the pics when it does bloom . its very cool though ive not seen any real closeups of burmannii here before.
    it may have come from jim scott maybe he can look at the mothers blooms.
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    This is what I have as a D. sessilifolia flower:





    and this is what I had as a D. burmannii flower:




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    almost full sun D. sessilifolia. leaf blade recurved. leaves yellow. very short petiole


    under artificial light parents of this plant. Petiole much longer but leaves still sort of recurved:

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