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    I finally found a link with a pic of Drosera spatulata x capensis. Below is the link.

    http://www.photovault.com/Link....1P11_06

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    Nice looking plant. Seems to more resemble a D. capensis.

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    If it's D.spatulata x capensis, that means that the seed came from a spatulata or if it was D.capensis x spatulata, it will be the same plant? Most capensis hybrids have long leaves due to the capensis ancestry or whatever it's called?

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    It is the same hybrid yes, but each cross with have different variation. spathulata x capensis will tend to be more spathulata like, and vica versa. Regarding where a hybrid leans to one parent or the other is dominance of one parent of the other...I think there is a term for it.

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