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    well Lithopsman.. I came to that conclusion by looking at the hair like things at the edge of the trap with a common they are long with a dente they are short and V like.
    Here's a common supplied by our buddies Phil and Jeff....... And here's one of thier dentes

    [img]http://www.**********.com/fullimgaes/commonvft.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/fullimgaes/largedente.jpg[/img]

    See the differences? now compare to Mindmaze's plant



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    Cool

    ok, I guess that I'm only 50% positive, but 1 is a sawtooth.
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    Huh?? Where did you come up with that and which one?
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    Cool

    oops, I meant sawtooth, bottom right, just like uglypho said. He beat me to it, and then I confused myself
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    so dente it is
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    Ok I will add my 2 copper..

    I don't think they are identifiable at this point. It is hard to see very much detail in the pictures and the plants are not producing traps up to par. From what I have seen with a number of the mutants I grow. They don't always produce characteristic traps. Plants that are young or plants that are not grown properly may not show their true form. Even a common may not look common.

    I don't even know how you can see the trap in the lower right clearly enough to conclude it is a sawtooth.

    I am posting a picture of Sharks Teeth.. compare the smaller trap to the larger.
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    Um. Maybe I should ask one of the ppl with a greenhouse... Phil, Jeff, mike king... someone with loads of light for their VFTs...

    Under highler light, don't the cilia generally tend to lose their length? Thats even truer with dente, but dente are more triangular than sorta stubby points. And the one that looks sawtooth. I think its just kuz it is young, mine look like that too.

    Joel... I have to say. Wow with those VFTs... Considering the shape they were in when i sent you them, and the way i packaged them... hehehe... They're doin great!

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    Thanks for the replies every1!

    Since some ppl aren't sure from the first pic, I took a few more close up shots of the traps from a few of the plants in the pot.





    I'm pretty sure that I have a few regular vfts in the pot, as well as a short toothed vft of some sort. Like tony said though, the plants need a little more time to get in better shape! hehe

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