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    Here's my first attempt at posting a pic. Not sure what variety of sundew this is but it seems to be doing ok. About 3/4 inch across.


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    its a baby drosera spathulata (mostly "Kansai" type; i have a baby one just like that). Looks great.

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    nice picture!!!!! is it yours?

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    This is the sundew that came with the kit I bought. I took the photo with a Nikon Coolpix 800. Love my digital camera.
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    actually ceph, I believe spatulata usually has "tentacles" extending almost all the way to the base. I looks like a capillaris to me, or maybe intermedia though I doubt it. Tamlin, any ideas??

    Noah

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    Intermedia was my first thought, then again, I don't know if maybe baby spathulata don't develope tentacles all the way down the leaf until they are older.

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    Its definatley not Intermedia! Intermedia has its leafstalks held upright and the blade is more elongated than that. I think The plant is either Spathulata or Natalensis.

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    Same here. I definetly think it is a small D.Spathulata. You could have another type of rosseted sundew also. It is just hard to tell while it is still so small.

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