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By albertoburrito
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The one in the first photo has wide petioles, but the traps are a good size and it gets a 14 hour photoperiod. Strange.
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By MikeB
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That particular flytrap just has "wide-body" genes. The Low Giant cultivar is like that: wide, low-lying petioles even during summer.
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Cool! I like the look of it
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By MaxVft
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My rescue looks almost exactly identical to that, though it might be because they could be from the same TC batch.
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