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  1. This utricularia livida is from machadadorp in mpumalanga South Africa. It’s much bigger than the other livida forms I grow the flower in the picture is slightly smaller than usual. The leaves are also very different I don’t have a picture but they are short and wide. The flower also has a nice relatively strong honey scent.
  2. I was observing a colony of Drosera cunifolia on table mountain with Drosera aliciae just meters away when I found an oddball that immediately stood out to me and I am assuming is a hybrid between the two. No other species were closer that 50 meters. The plant didn’t flower this year and i don’t want to wait till next year so does anyone have in their collection Drosera cunifolia x aliciae or a picture of it please? And if anyone has heard of this hybrid in the wild also please let me know. It’s very nice seems to have the best characteristics of both species and for this time of year when both parents look small and unhappy it looked like it was in its prime bigger than both parents. Probably some hybrid vigor there:)
  3. I’ve also been looking but nothing:( did you by any chance end up finding anything?
  4. It appears you’re right, thanks. I always thought collinsiae was smaller and more of a nasal Rosetta
  5. 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.
  6. 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.