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By FlyTrap Hunter
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At 9 o'clock is this a baby Burmanii hitchhiking in with my d. Tamlin spatulata? I think the Sundew at 6 o'clock is also different, possibly a d. Brevifolia or d. Capillaris. Image

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#318167
Shadowtski wrote:9 O'clock looks like a D. burmannii to me.

Good growing,
Mike
Thank you.

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By fluffy123
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#318169
A Drosera burmanii


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mo_carnivore wrote:It could also potentially be a sessifolia.
Thank you. I guess we will have to wait till it's older. Who knows where these things come from. Image


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#318173
fluffy123 wrote:A Drosera burmanii


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I hope you are right. Thank you

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