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By Marcos Alexandre
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Hi, everybody.

Some days ago I noticed a small Drosera different from all the others I have. If any one know what its name is please tell me.

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Marcos


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By Benny
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Looks like a small D. Intermedia to me. Not sure if I am right, but that is what I would guess.
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By Marcos Alexandre
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Hi, everybody:

After 5 months I still don’t know the ID of this sundew. Here are some new pics of it. Please anybody help me.

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Marcos Alexandre


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By Panman
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I would guess nidiformis or intermedia, although the petiole seems too long for intermedia.
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By Marcos Alexandre
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Panman wrote:I would guess nidiformis or intermedia, although the petiole seems too long for intermedia.
I’m sure it isn’t intermedia. I have lots of them here, and they are very different.


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By Marcos Alexandre
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Some friends are suggesting it’s D. affinis.


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By ChefDean
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Hmm, could go either way.
The paddle could be both. However, it looks to have the petiole of affinis over nidiformis.
But, as we've seen in capillaris, there is a big differential in locations.
Having said that, it could even be a capillaris "Long Arm".
Tough one.

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