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    My Little Tray...


    D. dielsiana (or at least that's what it was labeled as)


    D. spatulata


    D. spatulata x capensis


    D. aliciae


    D. capenis (Typical, Red, Albino, and Narrow leaf)


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    Straight to my soft spot..
    That little tray is gonna be blowing up in no time, you watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    Straight to my soft spot..
    That little tray is gonna be blowing up in no time, you watch.
    Aw, thanks.

    I was going to ask, does anybody know what that plant bordering the spatulata is? I was thinking maybe some sort of bladderwort hitch-hiked in...

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    Nice, should be crazy in no time as mass said.

    That does look a lot like a bladderwort, wait and see if it flowers.
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    nice dews ,i had what i thought was a hitch hiking bladderwort in a few of my dew pots exacty the same looking leaves,it did not flower and i repoted so it didn't get into any more pots

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    Can't really be sure, but it looks like the 'leaves' of U. Livida(common in cultivation, and very prolific).
    Grow list...
    http://terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=114907

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    Looking pretty good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WallaceGrover View Post
    Aw, thanks.

    I was going to ask, does anybody know what that plant bordering the spatulata is? I was thinking maybe some sort of bladderwort hitch-hiked in...
    Most definitely a utric of some sort. Looks like either bisquamata or sandersonii.

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