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Marek Wozny

VFT Id please ... Dentate ?

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Hi all

I have very good looking VFT, looks like some Dentate form, need confirm if this is the one or maybe some other clone.

dentate.jpg

Regards

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Teeth look a bit longe for a dentate.

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That's a lot of confusion on VFT clones now, this one doesn't look like a typical 'Dentate' for me, but I'll describe it as a 'Dentate Traps' vft from the dentate traps group... That's only my opinion though.

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if you don't have label it's impossible to say formely "it's this clone or this one".

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I'd also agree you cant be sure which clone it is, it may not even be derived from any of the known clones....unless 110% sure I'd leave it unlabelled. Or maybe give it just a decriptive label - typical with shorter teeth for example.

Nice looking vft though :)

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hmm, If I good remember I was receive them a few years ago from some lab - not from Europe.

I need check them more if other plants will be adult - I have them a few but growing slowly.

Also the typical for those plants are the doubled teeth that You see on the first picture, on other leafs there are more teeth with those "twice fingers" - same like Vampire clone.

I have typical Dentate form and it's looks different - the main is color dentate is not that colored when grows in sphagnum and same condition.

And yes it's looks great in my small VFT collection.

Regards

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I use the label typical for all my non named clones - it does remind me a bit of Trevs dracula clone and has the same shape/colour as the uk sawtooth clones but teeth are a bit different. I wouldnt worry about trying to figure out what clone it is, I dont think it will originate from a particular clone anyway - just enjoy it for what it is :Laie_99: a nice clone with nice characteristics, nicer than a typical but i wouldnt say it really needs name :) My normal dentate has more triangular shaped teeth and a bit shorter.

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Nice plant - looks like a dentate x red of some kind, white patches on the inside of the traps are quite common in those crosses, note how the teeth are shorter where the white patch is - same as on sl-seedling.

Trev.

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macro they are not similar yours grows prostate, his plant grows erected.

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macro they are not similar yours grows prostate, his plant grows erected.

Hi,

Plant growth seems to differ from early spring into summer, got the photo from the net. Mine is growing fully erect, I'll post some pics later today.

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Hi,

Plant growth seems to differ from early spring into summer, got the photo from the net. Mine is growing fully erect, I'll post some pics later today.

So is mine, I suspect it may grow prostrate early in the season.

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Hello

Here You are new picture of those dentate form, I was check a few plants and see there are more those strange patches with broken teeth.

Enjoy ...

dentate%2022.jpg

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Trev, Your plants had definitely bigger patches like mine, but also great plants.

I will try grow them next season and will check if this trait is typical or only luck.

Regards

Marek

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That's the only plant at the moment but in a few years it will hopefully be multiplied. Seems stable, colouring is getting stronger as it gets bigger. Needs a better name though.

Trev.

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