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By ChefDean
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Good afternoon friends.
As the title states, it is time for me to be a stinker.
It appears as though we have received all of the anticipated donations that will be listed on the 1st of August. It looks like that there will be 20 different varieties of seeds, 19 sundew and 1 OP VFT. A few will be some that we already have. A few will be some that we've had before. However, the majority of the seeds will be of common species, but with a very, very unique location data.
As I stated in an earlier post, I really don't know the significance of the extremely unique location data, but may result in plants with subtle differences from others that may be from locations nearby. However, one is of a very common variation of a very common species, but may be expressing some new genes that take this variation to an almost insane level. Whether or not these genes carry through to the seed, we don't know. But we are excited for you to find out.
Are y'all as excited as me?
I think not!
Chef
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By ChefDean
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sundewd wrote: Mon Jul 26, 2021 10:03 pm Drosera spatulata Antarctica "penguin form"
I didn't see that one, but it may have been hiding under the myriad of others.
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By evenwind
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Dang, you know I'm collecting Spats! Which species of penguin does it mimic?
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By Panman
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Wahoo! And I just freed up some bench space!
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