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My Pygmy Drosera are making gemmae at the moment so i took a few pics if anyone else has pygmy photos please post them here also.

Drosera pulchella
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Drosera x lakebadgerup
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Drosera enodes
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Drosera mannii
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Drosera scorpiodes
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Drosera scorpoides2
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Drosera pygmea
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Drosera patens
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dionae

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You have some very beautiful pygmies. I only have 2 different kind but i'll post some pics a lil later:).
 
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Yeah Im south of the Border a little bit. What species are those Jim I can recognise scorpoides but what are the others? I love the pygmys amounst the bigger drosera. I really like that sp. "cabarup" Mass, I hope I can find that in New Zealand.
 

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The photo befre the scorpioides is D. allantostigma. In the mix (I think) are D. 'Lake Badgerup', D. dichrospela, D. helodes, D. roseanna, D. callistos, and D. omissa x pulchella.

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D. 'Lake Carburup'

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D. sewellae

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D. callistos

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D. pulchella 'Big Brook'

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D. paleacea 'Trichocaulis'

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D. leioblastus

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D. palecaea 'Cranbrook'
 
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Thanks Jim I like the effect of growing several species in the same pot in patches like that it really shows the differnt growth forms I must try that with a couple of pots.
 

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LOL! I'm gonna move away from that approach. When I can, I'm ging to invest in a case of 9" tall pots, 3"x 3" area (recommended by Notanumber), and have one type per pot. I'm afraid of srewing up the ID's! Anyways, that's the plan.
 
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