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By MaxVft
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It looks like it.If the Rhizome is healthy and white,there is a very high chance that is a baby plant regrowing through photosynthesis if the Rhizome isn't dead.Keep us updated with pics.
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By MikeB
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On many flytraps, if the petioles and traps die off but the rhizome is healthy, the base of the petioles will sprout new plants (like leaf-pull propagation without having to pull off the leaves). This is what your plant did.

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