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    Brrrrt, Drosera glanduligera :-) less than a second I hear.
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    Hi tamlin.

    I herad that Dr. glanduligera should be the fastest, too.

    But I don't know any person where Dr. glanduligera is so fast in cultivation.

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    I didn't know that. It must get sluggish in cultivation. I'll ask my friend who grows it in Australia if he has noticed this. Without a doubt, burmannii is a speedy little thing. Interesting that both sessilifolia, glanduligera and burmannii are in the same section of Droseracae.

    Anyone know the slowest moving species?
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    Suborder Heteroptera, Family Miridae (also known as Capsid bugs) in the Tribe Dicyphini possess the ability to move arround on the extremely sticky trapping leaves of Biblis gigantea, and on some droserae as well.
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    Suborder Heteroptera, Family Miridae (also known as Capsid bugs) in the Tribe Dicyphini possess the ability to move arround on the extremely sticky trapping leaves of Byblis gigantea, and on some droserae as well.
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    what species of drosera is also called "the octopus plant"? I saw a dros- - - - - - - - - - - labeled as that ( hint: what dros-- has 8 characters?)

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    Hi there:

    From memory, I think they also call the drosera capensis as octapus plants in some store just to get the kids to buy them... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]

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    yep, just found the site yesturday [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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