Apollyon wrote: ↑Sat Aug 15, 2020 1:34 am
A little while ago there was a thread on crossing pygmy drosera with the petiolaris complex and its viability. On that page someone had linked a chart showing the relation between drosera, like a familial tree. I know there are charts and stuff online that'd be worth checking out. Someone made it their mission to test viable crosses. Try to run a search on that thread
I may bump the thread with a paper I'm working on. There was a new recently discovered species that kinda links both, a missing link if you will.
I haven't got any petiolaris flowers, so my pygmy flower are going to waste. That is, unless anyone is willing to do a seed split with me, if you have any petiolaris complex flowers.
As for sessifklia x capensis, I say no. N is widely different, the two sections are so far from each other, and the morphologies are widely different. The branch support on phyligeny between the two is 0.01 so it's a stretch.