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Thread: Drosera interloper

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    Hey, this guy just appeared in my D. slackii months after I got it. It's not something I have ever owned, so it must have been seed sitting in there all this time. Anyway, I think it's D. intermedia, what do you think? I got it from CC, who also offers a D. intermedia "cuba form", so that's what I'm thinking it is.



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    Intermedia 'cuba' has leaves that are more round-oval, and your are more elongated ovals (what do you call the part of the leaf that holds the tentacles, anyway?)

    I think it's D. anglica.

    auctually, i take it back since the leaf in the center looks different from the other leaves below it. lol, sorry for wasting time. my intermiad "cuba" didn't look like that, though.

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    Don't know, but it looks nice! Always a nice surprise. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    Possibly D. nidiformis.
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    D. x anglica (HI x CA) ?

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    I am thinking nidiformis also. This plant is as weedly as my capensis and dielsiana...

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    Yeah, upon further review, I'm going with D. nidiformis until proven otherwise. Thanks!

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    Definately the Nidi, and from the size of it you should be expecting a flower scape soon. I started growing my Nidi's from seed a few months ago and already have a flower scape.
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