Is it a bird?

jeff

Carnivorous Plant Addict
it is a genetic anomaly, a mutation, not necessarily reproducible.
in a flower there are 3 types of genes: A-B-C
here it is the C gene which has mutated: the male and female organs (stamens and pistil) which bear the cost; the flower therefore only has sepals and petals.
I think this is the case here.
the stem does not seem flat ?
 
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