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    I don't have any good drosera pics, heres a picture of one of my byblis seedlings though.
    http://www.geocities.com/drmingen/IMG_1593.JPG
    copy and paste the URL, because geocities doesn't allow me to link it.

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    Joseph,

    You were right. I forgot to add the Label to my D. Scorpiodes pic. hehe Oh well, I edited that post and added two updated pics of both plants. Enjoy! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    Still unfurling... a young branch of Drosera. binata multifida 'Extrema'



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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (The Griffin @ Mar. 10 2004,10:38)]Joe,

    That rotundifolia looks very healthy, considering it appears to be in peat/sand. It is usually the "live sphagnum" plant of the North, right?
    The only rotundifolia I have is from Irian Jaya, though I have not taken it out of the flask yet, lol. I guess I'm scared of killing it.

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    D. rotundifolia can grow in and on just about anything so long as they have enough moisture and lack of minnerals to clog up their roots. They just happen to be very adept at navigating their way to the top of sphagnum forest were as most sundew get swallowed up by it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Sean's Ponds @ Mar. 11 2004,01:56)]Still unfurling... a young branch of Drosera. binata multifida 'Extrema'



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    Wow, that is an awsome picture/plant. I've never seen one so loaded with dew that hasn't crashed into something and lost it all.
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    Not really pretty yet while it's coming out of dormancy but here is Drosera. filiformis 'tracyi'



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    D. capillaris 'Tate's #### Swamp, FL'


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    D. sessilifolia




    D. rotundifolia x intermedia


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