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By Momoe
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I have several of these Drosera popping up as volunteers among pots of VFT, Cape and Filiform sundews, and live moss that overwintered outside (SF Bay Area, California USA)

All of the plants in this tray were obtained in 2020/2021 and I have no specimens of spatulate sundews among these plants.

Any ideas?
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By thepitchergrower
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spatulata or Tokaiensis. Spatulata IMO.
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By Sundews69
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I agree with @thepitchergrower. If it were tokaiensis, the leaves would look slightly more oval shaped due to the rotundifolia parentage.
By KategoricalKarnivore
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D. tokaiensis or a very slight chance of it being one of the smaller varieties of spatulata but most likely toka.
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