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By oval
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This rosette sundew is in my capensis pot (along with a small hitchhiking nidiformis). From the seeds I sowed at that time, I believe it is either an aliciae or a spatulata. Anybody know with more certainty? (Or does it look like something else?)

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By Nepenthes0260
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I'm 99% sure that's an aliciae. Mine that I grew from seed look exactly like that. Spathulata's leaves are normally more curvy and circular at the edges.
By oval
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Thanks guys! It didn't quite look like the spatulatas I had before.

(I couldn't log in most of the day today, so I am late responding.)

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