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Thread: Drosera seedling ID

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    Well, this is exciting! They've been developing pretty quickly and are beginning to look very rosette-y. I'll keep all your recommendations in mind and report back with photos once these little guys grow up.

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    Spatulata fraser island always stays flat for me and have skiny petioles look at a thread Just a few do pics thers some dielsiana pics they look very similar thick petioles that look a little raised then flaten out at the leaf blade. Capensis and capillaris and rotundifolia as seedlings have skiny elongated petioles.
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    I'm inclined to say that it looks like a D. capensis seedling. Nice cat profile pic!

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    Alright... after browsing some picture threads on here and weeding through Google image searches, I'm wondering if these guys are D. dielsiana. The petioles seem a little too wide and flattened to be D. spatulata, but maybe the plants are still too young to tell?

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    To further complicate things, one of the other seedlings is looking quite different from the others. Capensis?

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    Thank you all for your help!

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    The first seedlings remind me of either something along the lines of spatulata, but more closely D. tokaiensis or the hybrid. The second is definitely capensis.
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    I'm going to have to say it's D. rodundifola, D. spatulata, or tokaiensis. Here's a pot full of dielsiana seedlings for comparison I think the petioles are shorter and there's much less spooning.



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    Now that they have sized up i would say tokaiensis

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    And the second one is capensis

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