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    Hello..

    Just wanted to share these two nice examples of how voracious our loved sundews can be.

    First is this D.indica which bent its leaf and tentacles around this prey in a very nice way:



    Second this D.prolifera which trapped a lot of insects in one single leaf:



    Hope you like it!!

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    Heeeeeellllp! I'm being disssssollllved!
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    ӵ!
    sure win!

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    This may sound crazy, but I am awed by the dew drops. Beautiful pics, Sebastian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]but I am awed by the dew drops
    Same here! Very nice!
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    Great pics! Thanks for posting.

    Is that the D. indica form from Narrabri?

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    nice indica!!1 i wish my seeds would sprout...

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    No doubt about the Drosera eat well. I grow mine outdoors...never have to feed them. They eat some of the strangest things. Here are a couple of pics of mine.




    This is my D. filiformis all red with an early morning breakfast.

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