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Mystery tiny plant

OGeMann

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Look what I spotted in the soil, I have no clue how it got there ??or what it ishere are some pictures taken from my phone tried to get a close up that is good enough and also from my scope too.

BushDoctor coco loco mix with NLS (nature living soil), perlite, vermiculite and worm casting
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OGeMann

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would remind you of one of those plants that eat flies lol , cool
a Venus fly trap, I think- never had one or seen one at its earliest stage.. That would be cool then I dont have to be concern about flies or fungus gnats :thumb:
 
Doesn't look like a flytrap at all, but it could be a sundew, which is also a bug eater. However, my first take is that it's some kind of a thistle. Time will tell.
 

BAKIND

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There's an app you can download that will allow you to take a picture of it and check a database, and hopefully identify it.
 
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