Drosera menziesii & D. scorpioides


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We are getting 6 hour 25 minutes of day light today, and it will be shorter by 6 minutes 32 seconds shorter tomorrow.  So it's getting darker and darker.  But we get the magical golden light during the day (it's basically like sunset all day long). This Australian tuberous Drosera, Drosera menziesii, was particularly looking pretty under this light, so I snapped a couple photos.  I just received the tuber this summer, and this is the first time I'm growing a tuberous Drosera.  The following two photos are with mostly natural light.

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Drosera menziesii on Flickr

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Drosera menziesii on Flickr

While I was at it, I decided to take photos of another Australian Drosera species.  This is about 1 year old started from gammae (small asexually reproducing propagules).  The photos below are with artificial light (2x 90CRI LED flood) + in-camera focus stacking.
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Drosera scorpioides on Flickr

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Drosera scorpioides on Flickr

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