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    Any one know which pygmy these are?

    [img]http://home.**********.com/seedling/pigmy1.jpg[/img]
    [img]http://home.**********.com/seedling/pigmy2.jpg[/img]


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    It is hard to tell just like this, but it looks similar to Drosera nitidula x occidentalis to me...

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    These plants are too etiolated to be sure. Tom could be right though, Probably a nitidula hybrid of some sort. Do you have any photos of the flower?
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    Still waiting on the flowers to open, will post new pics when they do.

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    heres a pic of my unknown pygmy :
    [img]http://home.**********.com/goldtrap2690/spec's%20unknown%20pygmy%20sundew.jpg[/img]
    its not the best pic because i onl;y have 2 plants but after growing it it looks much better then it did before . i believe that this maybe drosera x lake badgerup
    here is a pic of my other pygmy :
    d.nitidula x pulchella
    [img]http://home.**********.com/goldtrap2690/d.nitidula%20x%20pulchella%20live%20spagnum.jpg[/img]
    i can't wait til my gemmae sprout !

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    Goldtrap,

    You are probably right about the first plant. No clue about the other. Best to wait for photos in the spring I think.
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    thats kinda what they looked like always except there forming gemmae now , so the first could be d. x lake badgerup and the second one is d. nitidula x pulchella .

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    Are these the ones that I sent you a year ago? If so, then the first is D.xLake Badgerup and the second is nitidula x pulchella.

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