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By Benny
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Ahh, I get the "snakes" part now! :lol:
By ChefDean
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Let's go with this one. It's one that I ordered seeds for a long time ago. I was so excited to find them cheap from China, and was upset when the seeds grew into basil. I did, however, turn that basil into a killer Pesto.

Western Australia.
Specimens reported to have been observed as early as 1971, but not officially described until 1995.
Mature plants measure about 4 inches across.
By Benny
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Drosera brevicornis?
By ChefDean
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sanguinearocks101 wrote:Probably not it but might as well try, Drosera hartmeyerorum?
Negative.
Benny wrote:Drosera brevicornis?
Also negative.
By ChefDean
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The specimen that was described in 1995 was found near what was believed to be a prison, although there is no evidence the structure was ever used as a prison.
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By Nepenthes0260
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ChefDean wrote:
Nepenthes0260 wrote: Mon May 11, 2020 8:39 pm Drosera derbyensis?
Correct.
The torch passes to you.
Great!

it is a monocotyledon
It is regarded as a tricky plant to grow
it is widely spread through cultivation
It is a species
It is known for its extremely long nectary
It is NOT carnivorous or protocarnivorous
It was discovered in the 1700s
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