FlytrapCare Carnivorous Plant Forums

Sponsored by FlytrapStore.com

Got a carnivorous plant and you don't know what it is? Ask here!

Moderator: Matt

By FlyTrap Hunter
Posts:  761
Joined:  Sun Mar 11, 2018 12:05 am
#336232
Is this a Burmanii?
Burmanii
Burmanii
Effect_20190519_222541.jpg (114.84 KiB) Viewed 709 times
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.
The attachment Effect_20190518_202151.jpg is no longer available
Attachments:
Sundew
Sundew
Effect_20190518_202151.jpg (114.33 KiB) Viewed 718 times
By FlyTrap Hunter
Posts:  761
Joined:  Sun Mar 11, 2018 12:05 am
#339002
Here are some I have isolated. Burmanii?
Sundews
Sundews
KIMG4055.JPG (1.28 MiB) Viewed 611 times
Sundews
Sundews
Effect_20190622_094933.jpg (675.48 KiB) Viewed 607 times
By FlyTrap Hunter
Posts:  761
Joined:  Sun Mar 11, 2018 12:05 am
#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.
New to live sphagnum

I have a few pots of VFT in live sphagnum. I'd onl[…]

well, at least you have basil :/ 50 cents is act[…]

Measuring VFT traps

When people talk of 2 inch traps, are they talking[…]

It frosts a lot of nights in its natural environme[…]

Today I noticed it opened up: IMG_20201025_19431[…]

venomous insect

The plant is still thriving. https://uploads[…]

real hybrid or not?

also its flowering, maybe i should start a new top[…]

Is my VTF still healthy?

I got an organic flytrap soil and always keep dist[…]

Support the community - Shop at FlytrapStore.com!