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That actually is not quite true (well, at least in my experience). I had D. adelae produce seed once(self pollination to boot, unless a bug was in there) and all my plants were from one plant. Now whether the seeds were viable or not, I don't know. I sent them to the ICPS seedbank, as I had no need to germinate seed when at the time, I had them spread all over two 10-gallon aquariums.
It surprised the stuff out of me when it happened and I cut the old flowers and tapped on the pods and seed came out. not copiuous quantities, but still surprising, as I had never seen seed offered at that time. Very prolic plant indeed.