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Hi! Is it boarn from seed, true? You can't say it is a special clone, so it is a typical one... but, if I'm not wrong, the teeths have a peculiarity... You must wait some months, because the teeth are well made in mature traps... I suggest You to feed Your vft (so it grows more quickly)... it is a nice plant:biggrin:

if You are lucky, You can ha e an interesting plant and You can register it;-)

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Hi! Is it boarn from seed, true? You can't say it is a special clone, so it is a typical one... but, if I'm not wrong, the teeths have a peculiarity... You must wait some months, because the teeth are well made in mature traps... I suggest You to feed Your vft (so it grows more quickly)... it is a nice plant[emoji3]
Hi, it must of been a seed accidentally dropped in, or a leaf cutting. Not to sure as I come to me like that. It seems to be catching it's own food too lol. Even though it's tiny [emoji6][emoji38]

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Hi! Is it boarn from seed, true? You can't say it is a special clone, so it is a typical one... but, if I'm not wrong, the teeths have a peculiarity... You must wait some months, because the teeth are well made in mature traps... I suggest You to feed Your vft (so it grows more quickly)... it is a nice plant[emoji3]
if You are lucky, You can ha e an interesting plant and You can register it;-)
Hi, i so hope it's an interesting one just looked at the teeth I see what you mean lol

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Exists Terrestrial Utricularia too, do you see those litlle green leafs near your Dionaea? Those are the leafs of the Utricularia.
Hi, yeah lol I wondered what those were. Will it turn into a carnivorous plant? Was just looking on youtube and found bladder warts?

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It is a carnivorous plant... up the surface you have the leafs and after the flowers, under the surface you have the root system with the bladders, that catch very tiny insects or protozoa for example.

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It is a carnivorous plant... up the surface you have the leafs and after the flowers, under the surface you have the root system with the bladders, that catch very tiny insects or protozoa for example.
So good to leave in or separate into different plant at some point? Probably way to early to separate any of them, am I right?

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