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    Oh boy.

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    Looks like it might be a little rotundifolia... just a guess. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img]
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    It's pretty small, but looks like an intermedia seedling to me. Definiately not rotundifolia, the lamina on rotundifolia is more round, and often broader than long. Intermedia is usually a temperate species and has a required dormancy unless it is a tropical strain. It likes very wet conditions, often growing out of water in habitat.
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    yeah, i thought i may be a rotundifolia or a intermedia. but still not sure.
    Oh boy.

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    Ditto on what Tamlin said, it looks very much like an intermedia to me. Where'd you find it? (I assume this is a wild picture?)

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    rotundifolia is wider than long, intemedia is longer than wide...

    Thats what i read in a book...

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    I think it is Drosera nitidula x occidentalis.
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    No pygmies grow in North America...

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