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    I've never taken photos of my pygmy drosera, so I thought I'd do them all at once today. They live outdoors year round on my deck. I got almost all of these as gemmae from Tamlin, jeez, almost 2 years ago now. All of them have lived, in various rates of success, through some abuse. Oh, and some of the pictures are pretty bad, but I didn't have a lot of time.

    First, D. pulchella "orange flower"


    D. platystigma


    D. ericksoniae


    D. sargentii, next to a big, unidentified dew:


    D. nitidula ssp. nitidula


    D. ericksoniae x pulchella


    D. palecea ssp. roseana


    D. echinoblastus


    D. oreopodon


    D. nitidula ssp. alantostigma


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    Those are some nice pics, especially given the size of the subjects. I like that sargentii, I've never seen one before. Looks like a little dewy dust bunny.
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    Man, those are some great pygmy drosera! I'd love to trade gemmae w/ you. (That sounds really personal doesn't it? hehe) I have two varieties you don't have listed here.
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    Ah, pigmy dews - my second love! Sure wish I had an eye for telling them apart. My enodes & stelliflora look identical and so do their flowers. Still nice pics, Max!

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    Hi Caps! Looking good there buddy! Uhhh, the D. palacea ssp roseana might be D. paleacea ssp trichocaulis. Give a sniff to the flowers, I am told that D. palacea ssp roseana are fragarant. I am very happy to see these guys doing nicely in your collection Caps.
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    Hey Tamlin, good to see you around! Hope things are going well for you. I'll make a note about the D. palacea, and check the flowers if I ever see one open. Thanks again for these guys!

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