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    Alright, thanks!
    Feels good to know I'm not doing anything wrong lol.
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    w00t! Many pygmy Drosera grow secondary roots like that, especially D. scorpioides. Nothing to worry about.
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    Coolio, nice looking plant. Would you mind taking an overall shot?
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    All the leaves are healthy, just folded onto some gnats
    And off to the side is my Marston Dragon which is also covered in gnats lol.



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    smart plant!

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    my scorpiodes outside has by wind and rain been knocked over (in calm conditions) only to be back on its feet hours later. if only it would have the good sense to grow a prop root, things might be easier for it.

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