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Thread: D. rotundifolia... (really capillaris)

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    Sweet Drosera [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] . In the pot of the N. thorelii x wittei that I got from California Carnivores, there are like ten drosera in it. I think most are capensis, and atleast one binata. There may be other species, but they're too small to tell. How large is that sundew, Dyflam. It may help.

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    PingMan, I take my pics with a Nikon Coolpix 4500 (my new baby). It has excellent macro capabilities. I like that. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] The plant is pretty new and hasn't flowered yet. I remember the first time I looked in the pot and saw a tiny spot of red... excellent!

    nate (hope you don't mind me calling you nate), the plant is about an inch in diameter and for anybody wondering, the ping is either a lutea or caerulia... we'll just have to wait until it flowers I guess.
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    That second pic is outstanding!! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    I don't think that intermedia x rotundifolia is possible... When i was up north this past summer there was lots of rotundifolia and lots of intermedia... LOTS of it... In those quantities I would expect that some have been cross pollinated, but there was nothing that was an intermediate between the two... D. capillaris is not that simialar to rotundifolia... Its more easily confused with intermedia than rotundifolia... I would say your plant, Dyflam, is rotundifolia if its not spathulata...

    If that is indeed a P. primuflora, than I would suppose that it is for sure rotundifolia...

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    Quote (Colieo @ Oct. 23 2002,7:17)
    Is that a D.capilaris instead? MAYBe even spathulata?(strechin it though, there aren't may stipules at the crown)[/QUOTE]
    D. capillaris it is. I emailed Bruce and he positively ID'd it for me.
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    Eeek! I just looked at some more capillaris pics, and it looks like one of the dews I own is just another intermedia, and NOT capillaris! Oh well. Tahts not a bad thing... Hehe...

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    CP Database link to Drosera x beleziana

    You should do a search for "beleziana" at this link:
    Ivan Snyder's Drosera hybrid experiments

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    Uuuugh. If I'm wrong once more today I'm just gonna pack it in and go to bed... That's what, twice this thread, lol...

    Lets see if I can state something true...

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