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Dionaea "DM14/1"
Comments: Hugo Morse: Similar in size and growth to Typical Pygmy, but do not colour as deeply. Teeth appear fuzzy and the traps can exhibit two different types of teeth. The slim teeth seem to grow away from each other to form the outline of a triangle. New traps, on the other hand, seem to start with triangular teeth similar to those on Red Piranha.
updated: 2012-06-28 Typical Pygmy in the background as a comparison