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    Hey, does anyone happen to have a pic or a link to a pic of a Drosera Auriculata Seedling? I'm trying to figure out if seeds are sprouting or if it's just something weird left over in the sphagnum.
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    Drosera auriculata starts its life as a wheeled rosette with long thin petioles and small round traps, and only forms its ascending stem later.
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    Thanks Tamlin. I'm gonna stick with it being bog grass for right now then. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
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    Yeah tamlin, thanks for clearing that up, i wasnt sure what sprouted in my tank, but now i am sure it is auriculata.
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    Thanks a lot for the link to the photo Bob. That definately clears it up.

    It's weird though, one of the 'bog grass things' is kind of hooked at the top. Looks different then the others. Maybe i'll just put it in it's own pot until I can really tell.
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    This is sort of a late post, but here is a shot of my seedlings.

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    Cool pic. Very interesting looking plant.
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