When my collection of VFT clones began to bloom several months ago. I encouraged it. I worked at carefully swapping pollen between the several different clones I am currently growing which were flowering concurrently, so that every flower received pollen from a different clone.
I was rewarded with quite a few seed which I sowed together on a topping of black sand in a 2 inch square pot on 29Feb04. The black sand makes it easier to observe the germination process. Within 4 days several seed had already initiated thier first root. Now, 14 days later most are completing the process of escaping from their seed coats. From the first moment the cotyledons are visible, some can be seen to have strong red pigmentation while most do not. The arrows indicate where a red seedling has been identified.
The theory is that because of the sexual nature of this form of reproduction that each plant that grows from a seed will be unique, different from any other VFT plant in the world.