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    green dragon Vft photo

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    wow that looks incredible.
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    Whoah, that is BLOOD red. Not bright red, it looks like that trap in the middle caught a mammal or something!
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    Nice looking plant! I actually like my Green Dragons better than my Akai Ryus (Red Dragons). They seem to develop longer leaves and larger traps even though Red Dragon is supposed to be more vigorous.

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    mmlr38: Totally agree I like this variety too. Though I would say my (Red Dragons) are more vigorous,
    But I like the coloration on green dragon better if I could say. (EC) -Drew

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    Out of curiosity, why is it called Green Dragon if it's so red? And what's with "Royal Red", as I've seen it as a synonym for Red Dragon as well.

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    it is called green draon because it has green edges I think, on the trap...

    great plant!!!

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    As the ICPS states

    "Carnivorous Plant Names Database

    N: $[Dionaea ' Green Dragon ' {M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl}]
    P: Taublatt 51:25 (2005)
    S: =[Dionaea muscipula {Soland. Ex Ellis}]
    B: unknown
    Nominant: anonymus ex M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl, Ahaus & Moenchengladbach, DE
    Registrant: M.Erbacher & M.Stoeckl, 19. 4. 2005
    C: offered misleadingly as [Dionaea ' Akai Ryu ' {R.Gagliardo}]
    HC: Registered 24. 11. 2005 {JS}
    Description: Taublatt 51:25 (2005) (in German)
    + "(...) e.g. again and again one receives plants that display green
    + margins even in adult leaves and under intense sunlight. In this case
    + we are dealing with [Dionaea ' Green Dragon ' {M.Erbacher &
    + M.Stoeckl}]."
    Standard: Taublatt 51:25 (2005)
    Etymology: after the colouration of the plants"

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