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By Bill Phoenix
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o i was at walmart for some late Thanksgiving shopping, and I noticed this hitchhiker in the vfts. Any ideas as to what it is?
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By MaxVft
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It's not a Spatulata. Rotundafolia for sure. The carnivorous parts of the leaves are too spoon-like, and Spatulata's full leaves are oval-shaped and carnivorous.
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Panman wrote: Wed Nov 24, 2021 2:36 am My vote is rotundafolia. Where the petiole joins the leaf is too distinct for spatulata or capillaris.
That was going to be my second choice, my old eyes just couldn't quite make out details. It looks a lot like my capi, just bigger.
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My money is on D. capillaris. A closer picture would help. Lamina look to be too small for rotundifolia, and there are more active leaves on that rosette than you'd typically see with rotund as well.
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I'm going with rotundifolia. Closer picture please!
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By Bill Phoenix
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thepitchergrower wrote: Tue Jan 11, 2022 7:22 pm I'm going with rotundifolia. Closer picture please!
I would, but currently almost all of the leaves are gone because I'm propagating leaf cuttings, and I think its in a hibernaculum
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Panman wrote: Tue Jan 11, 2022 7:38 pm How about a shot of the hiberniculum. That would again point toward a rotund instead of a capi.
Sure
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Looks like Rotundifolia IMO

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