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By That one plant boi
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#355028
Hello y'all!

So I have this random sundew that popped up in my D binatas pot and I am simply wondering what species it may be. At first I thought it was burmannii but now I'm not so sure. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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By Copper2
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#355047
Flytraps have a terminal growth point so after flowering they are replaced by a dormant bud which often results in a separate division or at the very least causes a slight change in growth pattern. It’s a fact so better accept it!
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By MikeB
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Copper2 wrote: Sun May 24, 2020 10:55 pmFlytraps have a terminal growth point so after flowering they are replaced by a dormant bud which often results in a separate division or at the very least causes a slight change in growth pattern. It’s a fact so better accept it!
And why are you posting that here when it has nothing to do with this message thread?
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By Shadowtski
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That one plant boi wrote: Sun May 24, 2020 6:24 pm Hello y'all!

So I have this random sundew that popped up in my D binatas pot and I am simply wondering what species it may be. At first I thought it was burmannii but now I'm not so sure. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!Image

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My vote goes into the burmannii box.
Just my 02¢ worth.
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By Benny
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MikeB wrote:
Copper2 wrote: Sun May 24, 2020 10:55 pmFlytraps have a terminal growth point so after flowering they are replaced by a dormant bud which often results in a separate division or at the very least causes a slight change in growth pattern. It’s a fact so better accept it!
And why are you posting that here when it has nothing to do with this message thread?
Wrong thread. I think it was meant to be on the flytrap dormancy one by idwano. Just be glad this post wasn't about digestive issues!
By crazy_carnivores
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StaatS+17+ wrote:Due to the long snap tentacles in picture.....Burmanni
yep its burmanni. these guys can become pleasant weeds in collections.
By Copper2
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Benny wrote: Mon May 25, 2020 6:54 am
MikeB wrote:
Copper2 wrote: Sun May 24, 2020 10:55 pmFlytraps have a terminal growth point so after flowering they are replaced by a dormant bud which often results in a separate division or at the very least causes a slight change in growth pattern. It’s a fact so better accept it!
And why are you posting that here when it has nothing to do with this message thread?
Wrong thread. I think it was meant to be on the flytrap dormancy one by idwano. Just be glad this post wasn't about digestive issues!
Freedom of SPEECH!
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By Benny
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Copper2 wrote: Mon May 25, 2020 11:45 am Freedom of SPEECH!
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