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    I have a D. intermediate "Florada" thats a seedling, my problem is that it looks just like a D. spatulata seedling thats growing "wild". Will seedlings of different spieces look alike? There only the size of our clickable smiles with about 4 leaves each. Thanks alot, Jack
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    All Droserae start their life looking pretty much alike. It takes some months before the plants begin to get any character. After a few true leaves are produced you should be able to tell from the lamina shape which you have: intermedia is more thin and oval than spatulata, and the color is frequently a dark reddish (madder is the actual name for this color) hue.
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