D X snyderi= D. dielsiana x D. nidiformis.
The plants I grow as D. sp. Cuba 1 look like a small form of D. intermedia.
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Hey Sebastian, you read that? Drosera "Cuba"! Talk about a small world, ha ha ha! Let me ask a question about this plant. Do you notice that a single bud always froms midway down on the flowerscape, with additional and more numerous buds are held higher up on the scape? Sebastian, can you post a photo of your plant and the scape, or grant me permission and I will do it. I suggest you start a thread on this
If it is what I think it is, this plant just recently came to my attention, and it is a very interesting plant indeed! More to follow on this, and we might have a very interesting discussion coming up!
Hi, William. Interesting think, indeed. I will post the pics and start a new thread later today.
Got dielsiana x nidiformis (I think), certain looks like it got dielsiana in it and what I have labelled as Sp. Synderi look different, especially one, it got capillaris in it for sure. The other I got labelled as Sp. Synderi look like the dread spat. Looks like I am swapping labels again [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]
If it really does have D. capillaris in it, it is not Ivan's hybrid. *May I ask what leads you to think that D. capillaris is involved?
I am not sure if fertile seed would result from either South African species (N = 40) *crossed with D. capillaris (N = 20)
I think I may have the karyotypes right for these species, but I may be wrong.
I grow two different hybrids. * One was made by Ivan, and the other by your own Greg Bourke. *I may have ended up with the same cross through random uncontrolled fertilization *since my F2 plants very closely resemble both of the others.