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By Berrybob
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I feel like this is a pretty obvious species, but for whatever reason I can't figure it out. I have two of them and they came with my sarracenia from California Carnivores.
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By Berrybob
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Good to know. The only reason I thought it could have been an anglica was because of this picture on ICPS. The leaves look kind of similar.
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By Berrybob
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Yeah, I was being to wishful. I knew it wouldn't be an anglica because of the shape of the leaves and lack of red. I'll take a capensis though, they're my biggest ones.
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