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    Update,the climbing continue

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    Update,the climbing continue

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    They look like venus flytraps with un developed leaves... but other than that.. nothing.. weird.. what was it crossed with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pygo View Post
    Hi all,

    3 clones of really strange Dionaea from open pollination (2015)
    Unclear statement. If all three plants were each grown from seed, then they are not "clones". Clarification?
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    Each is a separate clone because it is genetically unique....a plant does not have to been propagated in order to have a clonal designation.
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    I've seen people use the term that way before. When plants are called clones it doesn't necessarily mean that they are widely available clonal plants - it's just used to indicate that each plant, or clone, is genetically different. With just the pictures a viewer's first thought might be that all these plants came from the same tissue culture flask and are genetically identical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    Each is a separate clone because it is genetically unique....a plant does not have to been propagated in order to have a clonal designation.
    Ah. Never have used it that way. I admit that I do tend to be more of a word "purist" -- especially with science related matters. By that standard, "clone" is only used for asexually reproduced organisms.
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    So he said it was crossed with an aloe? Is that even possible?!

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    That was a joke

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