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    My D. Spat..(kansia) does not look like that, like noah said there stems are more compact in the middle of the plant, so dont kno i wish icould have my pics developed by now [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]
    just thought iwould have my word in

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    well, my baby spathulata (grwon from seed) looks exactly like that. I got the seeds from my own spathulata. just my two centz

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    Juvenille forms are hard to diagnose. If I had to come up with a guess, it would be spatulata kansai. Give it a couple of months and post another photo. I might tell more from the stipules then, when they develop. BTW I consider spatulata kansai to be a species in it's own right: Drosera tokiensis, unless we are going to start calling Drosera anglica Drosera rotundifolia x linearis. The same criteria apply to both these "hybrids". Besides, this way there is one less spatulata to deal with!

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    I think it might be easier to ID now... it's matured in the past month and a half.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/dyflam/Sundew2_web.jpg[/img]

    Also here is a pic of some babies coutesy of Tamlin Dawnstar.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/dyflam/Baby_dews_web.jpg[/img]

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    I think it is a Drosera Rotundifolia .

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    i thikn its D. spatulata or intermedia

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    Quote
    Quote: from tuyen thi on 6:44 pm on May 3, 2002
    I think it is a Drosera Rotundifolia .
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    definitely NOT

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    I have plants that look just like that, and are suposed to be spathulata. Also, check out **********'s catalog. They have pictures of spathulata.

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