Some (rushed) photos of this potential new species in flower. I obtained the seeds from the CPS seedbank (via Allen Lowrie, I understand). I sowed them in January, if my memory serves me correctly. I don't think that it has yet been formally described as a species. It is, in my conditions, certainly different from the other tropical Byblis that I grow. Whether the differences are sufficient for it to be given status as a new species, I'll leave to the taxonomists. Some characteristics that I have noticed are as follows:
-It is a lanky plant with long internodes, which trails over nearby pots. Only the tips of the stems are self supporting -The leaves are long (9cm max so far), and the scapes are extremely long (max 16 cm so far) -The flowers seem to have a tendancy to point upwards -The mucilage-tipped tentacles are short compared to plants such as B guehoi and liniflora -The seeds are tiny compared to those of other Byblis that I have grown (although I have not measured them) -There are pulvini at every axil. Older leaves are pressed against the stem.