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    Fernando Rivadavia sent some new photos of the type Drosera hirticalyx from Cerro Marahuaka, Territorio Amazonas, Venezuela. They are beautiful plants forming tall columns of dead leaves. I resized the photos for the Web. The larger original photos are found at
    http://www.humboldt.edu/~rrz700....003.jpg
    http://www.humboldt.edu/~rrz700....016.jpg
    http://www.humboldt.edu/~rrz700....011.jpg






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    Another beautiful plant. Fernando my compliments on your photographic skills.
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    Wow!!! What a cool plant! Way to go Fernando!!

    Thanks for showing them, Bob!

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    I wonder how old those taller plants are??
    Thank you Fernando for sharing!!

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    wow......looks like hot glowing coals..........very cool
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    What if someone steps on it... LOL
    Great pics and a even better looking sundew! Did he collect any seeds?
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    Unfortunately both D.hirticalyx plus the huge D.roraimae with pink flowers growing on Marahuaka were only beginning to flower. One month later and I would've found tons of ripe seeds. I did get a small amount however. Allen Lowrie now has these available on his seed list, just write to him for a copy:

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    Very beautiful! Very red!

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