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    Plant ID was not correct.

    Plant is Drosera nitidula ssp omissa x occidentalis ssp occidentalis "Lake Badgerup Form".




    Thanks Tamlin and Christer .
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    Are those the same plants as your signature?
    I typo, therefore I edit.

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    Hi Nick

    It doesn't look like a paleacea/roseana to me. The red stigmas (?) on the flower makes me think that there is some D. nitidula in it. It is possible that it is the hybrid D. x badgerupii. The rosette picture does also look similar to this plant.

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    This was how the gemmae were labled when I got them. Since the species is now questionable, any other thoughts? The plants in my signature are the same ones that flowered above. This is true as of 2/18/2003 ( as I change my signature photo from time-to-time).

    The time difference between the signature file photo and the flowers is about one month. I will try to post newer rossett photos shortly.
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    Nick,

    Don't know how that happened, but this is certainly Drosera nitidula ssp omissa x occidentalis ssp occidentalis "Lake Badgerup Form". Give me a few days and I'll get some of the D. paleacea ssp. roseana gemmae off to you. Apologies for the confusion! Good news is now you have a new plant: bad news is now you have to figure out a way to get the name to fit on a lable!



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