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    ID These Tropical/Sub-Tropical Dews!

    There are two kinds of rosettes. One I remember is aliciae, the other I can't ID. They have roundish leaves, you can see in the pics. Some are of D. aliciae, there are a couple of the roundish leafed ones. Both rosettes. There's also one or two capes in there. Also, what are those little green sprouts in there? I think I've seen them in pics before but I can't remember...











    Thanks in advance!

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    Those little green sprouts are Utricularia leaves.

    Good luck ID-ing the dews! I think the best we can saw is D. roundandstickya.
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    Could the round ones be spatulata?

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    ZA dews... That's it, we can't get any closer. Elongated leaves are capensis. The rest can't be identified at this size.
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    Spatulata is probably a safe guess. The utricularia is U. bisquamata. Throw some U. subulata in there and all you'll have to do is add water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peatmoss View Post
    ZA dews... That's it, we can't get any closer. Elongated leaves are capensis. The rest can't be identified at this size.
    Okay... How many years until they are at a size they can be identified at? And would I need to repot by then?

    Quote Originally Posted by fullcollapse View Post
    Spatulata is probably a safe guess. The utricularia is U. bisquamata. Throw some U. subulata in there and all you'll have to do is add water.
    Yeah, I think that is what the owner said but I honestly forgot.

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