After reading Gary's (goldslinger) post today about fertilizing his flytraps foliarly with Maxsea, I decided to go ahead and give my indoor flytraps on my grow rack a quick, light spray down. While I was doing so, one of them caught my attention. Last year I flasked somewhere around 400 seeds that were given to me when I went to visit Bob Ziemer at his house in McKinleyville, California. There have been several plants from that seed harvest that look interesting and this one definitely looks very interesting...at least to me.
I snapped a few quick photos of it tonight. The basic characteristics are very short teeth that look either dente-like or sawtooth-like, pale coloration, long leaf-bases and somewhat elongated traps. Check it out:
And I later found out that it has extra trigger hairs along the rim of the trap that appears to be a stable trait:
http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/anoth ... tml#p89569