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    Mexican and Cuban pings pictures in cultivation

    Very nice!
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    D. coccipetala flowering and some tuberous sundews

    That Drosera coccipetala is absolutely gorgeous!
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    Western Australia 2018

    Thank you for all those pictures!
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    P.Medusina X Moctezumae

    Pinguicula medusina is just a synonym of P. heterophylla ;-)
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    P.Medusina X Moctezumae

    Although I think it involves P. heterophylla rather than P. filifolia, this is a very nice hybrid!
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    Differentiating between d. Intermedia and d. Anglica

    It is easy to tell Drosera intermedia appart from other temperate species and hybrids as its scapes are emerging laterally from the rosette of leaves, while it is emerging from the center of the rosette in other taxa.
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    Darwin's carnivore experiment

    Darwin did his experiments on Drosera rotundifolia. The respond will be greater and faster when temperatures will become warmer during spring and summer.
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    Question about Pinguicula lusitanica

    It's not a matter of population but of growing conditions. I was growing one strain both outside and in a terrarium. Inside, I grow it during three years ; outside, it is lasting no more than one year and a half. Setting seeds is also costly for such small plants and can wear it out.
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    Drosera ramentacea

    Thanks. No, growth is only slowing down, but doesn't stop at all.
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    P. Megaspilea cultivation

    The medium sounds good. But summer isn't the best period for their growth (too hot), they are also starting to grow slower at home.
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    Sphagnum moss confirmation

    Yes, that's Sphagnum.