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Old 15th December 2008, 05:56 PM
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Default Anyone with pictures of baby D. Burmanii?

I've got something growing in my moss but I don't know what it is. My camera isn't good enough to take a good shot. Anyone has photos so I can confirm if that is what's growing in the moss?
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Hi there,

Below is my D. burmanii seedling photo, hope it will help...

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Thanks KC. My plants are still very much smaller than that so can't really tell. Are the greenish stuff growing like little specks around also Burmanii? If yes, maybe that's it... Not all that much growing yet coz I only scattered some of the seeds.

Yours have a reddish colour huh? Is the mother plant the same? Mine was all green, well, before it died that was...
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jessilim, if the seedlings are receving enough light for good growth they will start producing dew drops even when they are just about 2mm across. And they look rather similar to the adult plants in shape.
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Those green color is algae...

Those yellowish dot grown on those chopped spagnum moss is D. burmanii seedling
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