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    Another way to look at D. adelae culture

    Colonies of adelae insitu!

    Australian Carnivorous Plants - Droseraceae
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    Very cool. Seeing pics of D. Adelae in its habitat makes it easy to understand why it spreads so easily from its roots.

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    A sundew that grows on cliffs like Mexican pinguicula. Cool
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