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    Who created it?
    Looks like D.intermidiate to me...was it a parent of the cultivar?
    (or maybe cuz thats the only Dosera I know well enough...

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    It doesn't really look like a Drosera intermedia. Not at all actually.

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    Jason,

    The plant is not a hybrid, and was not man made. It is Drosera spatulata. So, I guess either evolution or God created it, depending on your viewpoint.
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    Sorry for the late reply, but a big Conrats from me William!

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    Hi William,

    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]You mean I actually made the COVER Well, back cover! I sure wish I could get a copy of this, there must be a way. Wow!
    Well, I'll try to get an extra copy of the journal for you if you like - I'm ( hopefully! ) going to the society's AGM (Annual General Meeting) near the end of April, and I should (with any luck) be able to pick up a spare copy to send on to you by early May. No promises though!
    Kind regards,

    Adam.
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    I'm mainly interested in Drosera, Dionaea & Aldrovanda, Hardy Orchids (esp Dactylorhiza), Arums and Ericas (Heaths/Heathers - European + S.African)

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    Willam, that's great! Congrats! By the way, I see what you mean about getting a little fooled into thinking it was a South African species. Some of my D. aliciae grow in such a "humped" manner (for lack of a better term). My first thought when I saw the pic was "Gee. That looks like my aliciae."

    Those doggon spatulatas are one variable species, no?
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    Better late than never...Congrats, Tamlin!

    So, when will it be available commercially? Spatulata does not suffer the same fate as capensis here in Singapore...
    Cindy

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    Good going Tamlin.

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