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By Sine Nomine
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This little sundew came along with a Native Exotics (now called Florae) Nepenthes. It must be happy, because it's already flowering. Any idea what it is? What should I feed it? Bonus points if you can tell me what the little stalks sticking up and covering everything are. Sorry about image quality, phone camera isn't ideal.
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By Panman
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The little stalks are the 'flowers' of the moss. Not technically a flower, but that is where they produce the spores. My guess at the sundew is a spatulata but I will defer to other experts.

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