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Thread: Gemmae i sent of drosera hyperostigma

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    wow, i never knew that about gemmae, thanks for the info pete.
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    According to the CP Database, D. roseana and D. palacea ssp. roseana are the same. Does anyone have an opinion on this?

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    They are not the same, but rather subspecies. There is D. paleacea ssp. paleacea, D. paleacea ssp. roseana, D. paleacea ssp. stelliflora, D. paleacea ssp. trichocaulis, and D. paleacea ssp. leioblastus according to the determination of Dr. Jan Schlauer.



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    But D. roseana is equivalent to D. palacea ssp. roseana, no?

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    This is correct, according to Dr. Schlauer.
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    Very interesting... Mine are growing on stalks also. I thought that was because somehow I had not given them proper care. But now it seems they fit the description I'm reading here. They do get a lot of light though and are nice and dewey. Just don't look like any other of my 'dews.
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    yes, im curious about the stalks. All my other gemmae were grown in a similar fashion, but only the "hyperostigma" grew stalks. All were grown on my windowsill, in a mixof peat/sand and they all got around 4 hours of light a day.
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