Hmm... So, looking at a pot of my spaced-out D. roseana (D. palacea ssp. roseana) pygmies.. There's one single plant which is producing white gemmae. The leaves on this plant look identical to the leaves on all of the other plants, but is gemmae appear to be devoid(?) of chlorophyll?
Has anyone else had this phenomenon occur with their plants? (Pictures tomorrow or later in the week, time permitting...)
I mean, I'd love to pot these white gemmae up and see what happens next year, but if they're bereft of chlorophyll, my guess would be they would fail to develop healthy plants... Would stand to reason, no?