Humpty dos or Natelinsis?

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Humpty dos or Natelinsis?

by FlyTrap Hunter » Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:29 am

These germinated in 6 days. I thought they were Burmanii Humpty dos. They are so small I don't know what they are. There were 3 different Sundews from the seed bank tossed in the soil. The seeds we're Burmanii Humpty dos, d. Natelinsis or d.tokiensis. they are about 3 months old and tiny.
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Re: Humpty dos or Natelinsis?

by CarnigirlB52 » Mon Apr 02, 2018 8:46 am

Can you take some more clearer pics? Sorry but a little blurry! I know it's hard when they are so tiny. But it helps if you can on identification if you can see them better.

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Re: Humpty dos or Natelinsis?

by FlyTrap Hunter » Tue Apr 03, 2018 11:25 am

CarnigirlB52 wrote:Can you take some more clearer pics? Sorry but a little blurry! I know it's hard when they are so tiny. But it helps if you can on identification if you can see them better.

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I don't have a way to take micro photos. I saw a cool clamp on attachment for my phone and probably going to try that.
I am pretty sure these are Humpty dos with a few Natelinsis mixed in, largely I believe this because they germinated in less than a week. Thanks

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Re: Humpty dos or Natelinsis?

by CarnigirlB52 » Wed Apr 04, 2018 5:08 pm

FlyTrap Hunter wrote:
CarnigirlB52 wrote:Can you take some more clearer pics? Sorry but a little blurry! I know it's hard when they are so tiny. But it helps if you can on identification if you can see them better.

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I don't have a way to take micro photos. I saw a cool clamp on attachment for my phone and probably going to try that.
I am pretty sure these are Humpty dos with a few Natelinsis mixed in, largely I believe this because they germinated in less than a week. Thanks

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Wow that's quick germination! Lol

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Re: Humpty dos or Natelinsis?

by mo_carnivore » Sun Apr 15, 2018 1:03 pm

It's virtually impossible to identify sundews at this young of an age---be patient, wait a couple weeks to months, feed them well, and it will be a whole lot easier.

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Re: Humpty dos or Natelinsis?

by FlyTrap Hunter » Thu Apr 19, 2018 3:24 pm

mo_carnivore wrote:It's virtually impossible to identify sundews at this young of an age---be patient, wait a couple weeks to months, feed them well, and it will be a whole lot easier.
Here is a update. I thought they were Humpty dos because they germinated so fast but maybe d. Natelinsis?Image

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