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By Copper2
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#352520
Sorry, no one has got it right yet.

It is temperate
By Copper2
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#352526
Getting very close
By Benny
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#352533
D. glanduligera
By Benny
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Yes!

Ok. 2 hints.

1) Native to Austrailia

2) discovered in the late 1980s
By ChefDean
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sanguinearocks101 wrote: Fri Apr 24, 2020 4:14 pm Drosera rotundifolia
Dang it Sanguinearocks101, that was going to be my next guess, but life pulled me away from the web for a bit. Good job.
By ChefDean
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Benny wrote: Fri Apr 24, 2020 5:20 pm Yes!

Ok. 2 hints.

1) Native to Austrailia

2) discovered in the late 1980s
D. Rechingeri, that's the only one I can find so far that fits those two criteria so far.
By Benny
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#352548
My reign was short!

Yes. I thought I didn't give enough hints.
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