How can you tell if your pygmy is producing gemmae? My scoropides (actually, 2 out of my 3) has a thick crowding of "green bumps" on top of the crown where leaves usually come out. There seems to be atleast 30. Gemmae? If so, how do you know when they are ready to come out (if that factor applies with gemmae; yea, im new with gemmae production).
And t another thought, does anyone think petiolaris and pygmies are really closly related, other then the fact that they are drosera? Like, if you look at, pygmies like nitidula, etc, have a long petiole with the actually round trap on the end, just like, lets say, D.ordensis or D.petiolaris. Any thoguhts?