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By Aquis31
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Hello guys, I recently bought Drosera Oblanceolata seeds from a local seller, however, when I saw the photo of the matrices, I was in doubt if they were actually Sp. Lantau island, could someone clear my doubt through this photo? I need your help, thanks. ;) :)
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Pic is of oblanceolata seeds, (Sunset Peak, Lantau Island). The general shape looks spot on, but yours are more wrinkled. That might just be a difference of very fresh vs dry, I don't know. But they do look very similar.
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By evenwind
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Here's a pic of my sp.Lantau Island for comparison - if that helps at all.
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