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    D.burmannii




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    D.spatulata



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    Wow! More great photos! Next time the ICPS has an International conference again in Asia, I think your city could qualify as a host with these local cp around.
    Does D. burmannii grow in the Winter(I noticed the title of the pics) only there? On the ICPS seedbank it lists that species as a Summer annual, same as D. indica. Granted the seed currently there is Australian, but I find it a little strange that it would chhose to grow in the Summer there, and in the Winter in Hong Kong. Maybe I am missing something obvious?

    Thanks,

    Joe

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    Those plants have such great coloration! Thanks for sharing!

    SF

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    Gorgeous photos. Thanks for sharing . . . keep them coming.
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    Different season with different feelings!
    Spring's sundew photos will coming soon!

    I can see D.burmannii growing every season. One D.burmannii can produce thousand of seeds per annual,it may be more!So I don't sad for its dead! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]

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    WOW o_O What subspecies of spatulata is that? It's got to be the reddist one I've ever seen!
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    Looks like a D. Spatualata 'Lovellae' to me!
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