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Thread: Different variaties of D.intermedia 'cuba'???

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    Hello, i have two different kinds of D.intemedia. One is from Jerramiah in the US and one from Jalan Kayu in singapore
    here are the pics:

    this is the top view of D. intermedia 'cuba' from Jerramiah:

    they are tiny and many are flowering
    zoominging in:


    This is D. intermedIa 'cuba' from Jalan kayu:
    It is only about 3 months older than the smaller version

    LOOK! A plant on a flower flowering!

    hmmm there seems to be 2 different variaties of D.intermedia 'cuba'

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    I am no expert in Drosera identification, but the first one looks suspiciously like D. capillaris.

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    Hmm... my D. intermedia 'Cuba' were a little more compact than your second variety. They looked more like Jeremiah's clone when they were young.

    They may just be different clones, but if I had to make a decision, I might say that the second clone is actually a different form of D. intermedia. I guess you can tell if it starts to form hibernacula or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (wezx @ April 12 2004,2:44)]Hello, i have two different kinds of D.intemedia. One is from Jerramiah in the US and one from Jalan Kayu in singapore
    here are the pics:

    "This is D. intermedIa 'cuba' from Jalan kayu:"
    Hi JK here,

    I don't think I have mentioned this as D. intermedIa 'cuba' but as D. intermedIa "Psco Co. Fla, USA"

    Hi wezx,
    Glad to see the plants are doing well, the last pics show an example of “False vivipary”, which also occurs often in my source plants.


    JK

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    oops! i must have confused it with another D. intemediate 'cuba i recieved 3 packets of seeds...
    False vivipary? it' looks so cool, flower on a flower!
    so it requires dormancy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (wezx @ April 12 2004,4:41)]so it requires dormancy?
    Not in our climate!! Will grow whole year round

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    One of my D. intermedia went dormant early this year. It began to come back to normal growth in late March.

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    I also don't claim to be an expert, but I agree with Gugin's assessment of that first pic.

    Regards,

    Joe

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