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    LOL! I have D. roundandstickia officially included in my grow list!

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    It should also be noted that a few of the type descriptions mention that D. dielsiana in cultivation the flowers rarely open. So if the flowers open that decreases significantly the likelihood of the plant being D. dielsiana.
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    I was a little surprised by how little time the flower remained open. It opened probably 3 hours before it closed.
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    Hi,

    my current understanding is, that it is really hard, maybe even impossible to distinguish between D. dielsiana and D. natalensis without the flowers and the seeds. The rosettes seem to be almost the same.

    I wouldn't take account of the fact, that ther is sometimes written, that flowers of D. dielsiana only rarely open in cultivation. Maybe, they have just been badly cultivated? I can't imagiine, that D. dielsiana behaves different in this respect than the other south african Drosera. They all do open the flower only if the conditions are right and only for a few hours.

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