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By Frothy_Milk
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I have gotten all of my carnivorous plants from California carnivores. Something I noticed, is that their plants usually come with a plethora of Drosera and Utricularia. Would anyone be able to help identify some drosera and some other stuff for me?

Here are pictures of some stuff:

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Are these little green things pinguicula?

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Unknown drosera




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By Raistlarn
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#293871
I believe the green plants aren't pings. The Drosera could be a capensis, but I'm not sure. Usually it's Utricularia bisquamata, Drosera capensis, and Drosera binata that come in plants from CA Carnivores.
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By Bob Beer
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If you could get a closer photo of the Ping(?) we could have a better idea. I vote capensis for he Drosera. Binata usually shows widening while quite young.


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By Frothy_Milk
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Bob Beer wrote:If you could get a closer photo of the Ping(?) we could have a better idea. I vote capensis for he Drosera. Binata usually shows widening while quite young.


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I don't think it's a ping but I'm not 100% sure still.


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