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By FlyTrap Hunter
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Is this a Burmanii?
Burmanii
Burmanii
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Any identification for this beautiful and vibrant sundew? It seems to be a d brevifolia but it is not the local type. The NC d. Brevifolia die after they seed, about right now.
I had some D. Brevifolia from Texas and some d. Tokiensis. But whatever the type I am going to grow more.
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By FlyTrap Hunter
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#339002
Here are some I have isolated. Burmanii?
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By FlyTrap Hunter
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#339010
Dionae wrote:Looks like burmanii to me.
Thanks. I am trying to isolate a few so I can send seeds to the Seed Bank.
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