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Are they flattened and mostly horizontal, Jim? If so I would say they almost look like seed-leaves (cotyledons) but that doesn't answer the question of 'why?'
A cold one that is not cold is scarcely a one at all. - SB
They seem almost like flower or seed pods. Maybe cut one open and see whats inside?
On that latest pic I'd say aerial roots. It's a Mangrove Drosera
I have on occasion seen these aerial roots on some of my capes, usually plants where the soil has sunk way down in the pot.
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I was hoping that they had the capability of forming new plants.
Lay the stem down so that the roots are in contact with the compost and watch it sprout