TerraForums Venus Flytrap, Nepenthes, Drosera and more talk
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Pictures are a bit small, but I think I could hazard a guess to say the first is D. tokaiensis (or x tokaiensis, depending on if it flowers and they're sterile or not). The second may be a spatulata variety, or maybe venusta. I'd need bigger photos o tell.
Ok I made the pictures larger. I'm not sure why they were smaller before, especially since they looked fine when I looked at them on my own computer. Thanks for the input! I'm not sure if the first one needs a dormancy or not.
Rather than make a new thread, I thought I'd just add another Drosera which I'm not sure about. Is D. capensis 'alba' the only all-white Drosera? If it is, then this is probably that but since it's still young I'm not sure about the leaf structure.
Then it's probably alba. And now that the pictures up top are big enough for me to see closer detail, I'm going to say the first is definitely D. tokaiensis or a capillaris form, and the second is D. venusta, it's too hairy to be anything else with that shape.