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By pandaking666
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By thepitchergrower
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Baby rosetted sundew...
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By boarderlib
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I would lean more towards tokanesis, I spelled that wrong, but most spatulatas in cultivation are actually mislabeled toks.

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Looks like D. aliciae or admirablis.
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By Nepenthes0260
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Aliciae is my guess, although the leaves look a little wide, indicating that it’s possibly admirabilis. Doesn’t look like tokaiensis or spat to me. You should know which South African species it is for sure when it grows up a little more.
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