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By EGROEG
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Hi everyone, just today, I had noticed a flytrap that really stood out in my seedling vft batch, resembling a red dentate Venus flytrap in terms of appearance. I have also heard that vft seedlings can really change as they mature. I worry whether its short dentate cilia characteristics may disappear as it matures. Will those genetics stay? I’ve got photos of the mutated vft growing next to the other vft seedlings. Note how the other red vft seedling has regular cilia. What do you think?
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