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Roridula gorgonias with Pameridea

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Darlingtonia, young plant

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D. affinis

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D. villosa

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D. browniana

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D. erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa

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D. aliciae X D. neocaledonica (?)

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Utricularia menziesii

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U. humboldtii (seed pod)

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Thanks for looking

Cheers Jürgen

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Your tuberous species are late to emerge!

Probably not if they have just been purchased from your favourite supplier in WA. :wink:

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holy! you have a u. humboldti seed pod! aren't their seeds the ones who you can actually watch germinating?!?! lucky! :) nice job.

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