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By ChefDean
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So, there's a lot going on in this pic. My first flytrap from seed in the foreground. A dew eating a spider stupid enough to be in my house in the middle. A second spider being eaten in the back. It's the dew in the back, the one with the red stem, that I'd like to call your attention to.
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I know it's still small, but any guesses on the species?
The leaves seem to come from the stem, not a central point like a Cape or many other dews.
Thanks for your help.
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By Painley
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#331795
I'd say a young capensis. You will have to wait to find out for sure.

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By oval
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#331796
Painley wrote:I'd say a young capensis. You will have to wait to find out for sure.
That's kind of what I was thinking, too. My other choice was a madagascariensis, but it doesn't quite look like one.
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By Viko89
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#332682
oval wrote: My other choice was a madagascariensis, but it doesn't quite look like one.
I don't think it could be a Madagascariensis since its leafs would be perfectly round, even very young, and they're not on this pic.
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