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  2. That is definitely D.collinsiae, Ive seen about 5 x different Mpumalanga colonies, and there are small differences between plants, due to natural variation.... Regards, Jaco.
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  4. It appears you’re right, thanks. I always thought collinsiae was smaller and more of a nasal Rosetta
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  6. Whilst in mpumalanga I found this sundew I’m suspecting it is burkeana but the petiols are rather long and the leaf shape is not as round as most of the drosera burkeana pics I’ve seen. Could be nidiformis but the traps seem a bit wide.
  7. I'm so grateful for everyone's expert opinion and to Argo*88 for posting his impressive comparable plants too, which was really helpful in ID'ing my (previously unknown) plant as Drosera spatulata---in accordance to the general expert consensus on the forum. Going forward, I'll care for it as a subtropical, in keeping with the species. I truly appreciate everyone's help. Again, thank you so much! --crich
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  9. Hi! It seems Drosera spatulata to me too... but maybe the flower seems a little bigger than my spatulata’s one, I don’t see well... here I put some photos of a white flower form that I grew in 2014/2016... I hope it helps you;-)
  10. While hiking in kogelberg nature reserve I was startled by a huge drosera capensis, I’ve seen thousands of capensis at many different locations around the western cape but this was by far the largest. Has anyone seen or heard of a plant bigger? The traps measured 10.5 centimeters or 4.1 inches.
  11. Hi everyone, thanks for the answers. now they are placed with lighting downwards, but areas of less light are formed (given the narrow radius of the LEDs); I wanted to wear them you have four inclined angles and back towards the center; but I wanted an opinion. the distance from the plants is 15 / 20cm. thank you so much Fabrizio
  12. LUMERI SPOT36-FSP these are the characteristics of the lamps: Type: LED Grow Lights Bulb Power: 36 W. LED type: 12 x SMD45 Electric consumption: 8 Watts Duration: 50,000 hours IP: IP44 Material: Aluminum Amplitude of illumination: 45 ° Red LED: 4 Blue LED: 5 White LED: 1 IR LED: 1 UV LED: 1 Connection: E27 Voltage: AC 100-240 V 50-60 Hz Certificates: CE, RoHS Dimensions: 122 x 125 mm. Weight: 0.35 kg Manual: English
  13. Hi All My temps are just for Winter, just Drosera. Sorry for my bad english. aliciae = south african drosera, at winter min.temp~ 15¢ max.temp.~25¢ binatabinata var. Dichotoma 'Giant Form'binata 'Otaki Forks'binata var. Multifida f. ExtremaDichotoma =D.binata 'Dichotoma'Extrema = same like binata var.Multifida f. Extrema , all this plants needs cool Temp ~ +5¢ to max. 15¢ capensis = Same like D.aliciae D.filiformis var. filiformis, USA, outside, needs frost, completly Winter resistent D filiformis var. tracyi, USA, Temp . -5 to +5, just slightly frost D.hybrida (D.filiformis x D.intermedia) USA, Temp. -10¢ to +5¢ , outside plant D.intermedia = completly frost resistent, outside, needs frost, Same like D.filiformis var. filiformis D.nidiformis = south african, Same like aliciae or capensis D.paleacea ssp. trichocaulis = D.trichocaulis (w/o paleacea) D.pulchella D.scorpioides D. 'Pearl' = D.lasiantha x ? , all this plants are Pygmy Drosera from Australia, cool temps ~ min.5¢ to max.15¢ D.paradoxa , Petiolaris Complex Drosera from North Australia, needs very hot temps, min. ~25¢ to ~ 35¢ D.regia. south african drosera, cool temps ~ 5¢ to max. 15¢ D.tracyi = south USA, plant like D.filiformis just bigger, temp ~5¢ to 10¢
  14. Can someone please give me some advice regarding which of my Drosera & Utrics need winter warmth? Many thanks. Drosera Aliciae Binata Binata v Dichotoma 'Giant Form' Binata 'Otaki Forks' Binata v Multifida f Extrema Capeniss Dichotoma Extrema Filiformis Hybrida Intermedia Nidiformis Paleacea ssp Trichocaulis Paradoxa Pulchella Regia Scorpioides Traceyi x Pearl Utricularia Alpina Dichotoma Geminiloba Livida Longifolia Microcalyx Nellumbifolia Praelonga Reniformis Sandersonii Sp 'Hermanus' Tridentata
  15. Don’t forget it’s the end of season meeting tomorrow Saturday 9th November 2019 1pm at Stowe-by-Chartley village hall, Station Road, Stowe-By-Chartley, Staffordshire ST18 0LG We hope to see as many of you there as possible. Please feel free to bring plants/seeds for sale/swap and there will be some freebies along with refreshments.
  16. Don’t forget it’s the end of season meeting tomorrow Saturday 9th November 2019 1pm at Stowe-by-Chartley village hall, Station Road, Stowe-By-Chartley, Staffordshire ST18 0LG We hope to see as many of you there as possible. Please feel free to bring plants/seeds for sale/swap and there will be some freebies along with refreshments.
  17. Don’t forget it’s the end of season meeting tomorrow Saturday 9th November 2019 1pm at Stowe-by-Chartley village hall, Station Road, Stowe-By-Chartley, Staffordshire ST18 0LG We hope to see as many of you there as possible. Please feel free to bring plants/seeds for sale/swap and there will be some freebies along with refreshments.
  18. Little of everything.... nepenthes, cephalotus, sarracenia, heliamphora, sundews... My camera is sooooo bad lol....
  19. Hi and welcome to the forum. What do you have in the tank? Just Nepenthes?
  20. Hi and welcome to the forum. Small collection - right! We can hopefully give you all the advice you need. Happy growing.
  21. Need Advice... Some of my Nepenthes have grown so tall they are touching the light.... Can I just trim them off without hurting the plant?
  22. Hi.... Im am new to carnivorous plant, I have a 20gallon terrarium that I have had set up for close to a year now.... sorry for the poor quality pictures.......
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