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  1. Maybe you put too much emphasis on the algal/moss development to decide whether a substrate is of good quality or not. I think the key question would be: what is special in your new peat that does not allow algae/mosses to grow? I have got moss growth even in sterilized peat given enough time (so spores can reach the place) and favourable conditions for its development. If I get a peat that is not colonized by mosses at all (in places where moss is favored to grow), I would be suspicious...
  2. The definition of a cultivar is "an assemblage of plants that (a) has been selected for a particular character or combination of characters, (b) is distinct, uniform, and stable in these characters, and (c) when propagated by appropriate means, retains those characters". Also, in considering whether two or more plants belong to the same or different cultivars, their origins are irrelevant. For example, if a group of plants (not only one) is registered as a cultivar because of a certain set of traits, descendants by sexual reproduction also retaining those traits may form part of the culti
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    Utricularia parthenopipes.
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    Genlisea aurea

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    Genlisea aurea.
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    Utricularia welwitschii.
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    Utricularia uniflora

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    Utricularia uniflora.
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    Utricularia subulata

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    Utricularia subulata. Cleistogamous (left) and chasmogamous (right) flowers.
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    Utricularia sandersonii.
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    Utricularia nelumbifolia.
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    Utricularia dichotoma subsp. monanthos.
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    Utricularia livida

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    Utricularia livida.
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    Utricularia inflata (New Jersey).
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    Utricularia lateriflora.
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    Utricularia hirtella s.l.
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    Utricularia graminifolia.
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    Utricularia chrysantha

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    Utricularia chrysantha.
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    Utricularia gibba

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    Utricularia gibba.
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    Utricularia calycifida (Gran Sabana). Foliar organs.
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    Utricularia calycifida (Gran Sabana). Inflorescence.
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    Utricularia blanchetii

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    Utricularia blanchetii.
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    Utricularia aureomaculata (Aparaman Tepui). Vegetative parts.
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    Sarracenia rosea

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    Sarracenia rosea.
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    Utricularia aurea (Cambodia).
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    Sarracenia purpurea var. venosa.