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Thread: Funny drosera flower?

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    Hi all:

    I am just seeking for advice. This gentleman posted these photos in my forum and asked whether this is a mutant or new type of drosera?

    http://agustinfranco.proboards29.com/index.c....start=0

    Thanks and i look forward to anybody's reply

    Gus

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    I got an error message and it shows a pic of a nep.

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    thats a ceph lol
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    Never heard of a ceph [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img]

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    Looks like Cephalotus follicularis....Australian pitcher plant.
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    This is suppose to be the Drosera forum [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_l_32.gif[/img]

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    Sorry, it looks like one has to join the forum before you can see the picture of the drosera. The ceph picture is not the one you should be looking at



    I HOPE YOU CAN ALL SEE IT NOW

    GUS

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    Just a ridiculously mutated D. capensis. Very interesting and bizarre though. Haven't seen anything like that before. The petals are a combination of glandular leaves and petals. Certainly not a new species or anything. I doubt whether this mutation will be stable. It'll probably produce a normal flower next time.

    I wonder if the flowerhead was cut and rooted whether the leaves would continue to be half leaf, half petal. It would be fantastic if it did.

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