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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    I think you repeated the D. spatulata "Gold coast, queensland" picture instead of the D. rotundifolia seedlings.

    Gotta love the small rosetted dewy plants
    Oops, thanks for the heads up.

    @Jpappy: haha, thank you!

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    WOW! That burmanii pic (after the venusta) looks amazing! I love your photography DB.

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    You have a very impressive collection of nicely colored Drosera Devon...

    ...all of them lookin' ooey, gooey, dewy, good!

    dvg

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    YES!!!! I've been waiting for an update for so long and these were even better than i was hoping for. faaaantastic!
    Oddly, it seems as tho keehn's D. oblanceolata might be D. sp. "Lantau Island Hyb" too? Otherwise another similar hybrid.
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    Nice... everything looks amazing!! Impressive collection...


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    A very nice collection and good photographs. I think the schizandra is my fave. Those aliciae look to be big ones.

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    Keehn's plants produced viable seed for myself so they must not be a hybrid... Unless it is in fact possible to have fertile hybrids? Is lanatu island fertile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPlantaholic View Post
    YES!!!! I've been waiting for an update for so long and these were even better than i was hoping for. faaaantastic!
    Oddly, it seems as tho keehn's D. oblanceolata might be D. sp. "Lantau Island Hyb" too? Otherwise another similar hybrid.
    LOL!! Thanks Aaron! I mentioned the same thing earlier in the thread. It looks almost identical to my lantua island.

    @Peatmoss: Lantua island is fertile. I still don't understand what makes a hybrid fertile or not... i think it depends on how closely related they are?

    ---------- Post added at 03:03 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:00 PM ----------

    Thanks for the comments everyone!

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