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By cpargentina
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Joined:  Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:03 pm
Hello everyone, someone recently told me that my Drosera Spatulata could really be Drosera Tokaiensis. I got an original mother plant many years ago labeled as D. Spatulata, from which all my supposed D. Spatulata descend, and there never was any D. Tokaiensis in my collection (that I knew of).

I haven't got photos of the flowers since they haven't bloomed this year yet, but I recall them pinkish.

Can anyone help me to correctly identify these?

Thank you!


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By Sakaaaaa
Posts:  1026
Joined:  Thu May 12, 2016 2:18 pm
I think tokaiensis. Why? You can slightly see snap tentacles. And I believe they have purple-pinkish flowers.
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By Sundew boy
Posts:  74
Joined:  Sat Dec 30, 2017 2:23 am
Also have the same problem at first. But somebody confirmed my plant to be a tokanensis. Here is mine.Image

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