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  1. Thanks to all! Hi Adam. For distinguish the two Pings is essential to have the flowers! Inflorescence of P. leptoceras, how you can see in the photos, have the white spot that start out the throat of the flower. While in P. vulgaris, spot start from the inside of throat. This is the primary and easier difference! For the question of U. australis, I'm sure that these in photos are australis... how I wrote, this summer was realy dry, and plants in that place suffered so much! The flower that I photographed was malformed.
  2. D. rotundifolia D. rotundifolia with P. leptoceras A realy strong flowering U. australis This year was a realy dry summer, and this is the only one (bad) flower of U. australis that I found Diego.
  3. P. alpina P. leptoceras P. leptoceras with white flowers Darck sphagnum
  4. That pitcher is exactly 26cm... this plant will do more better! A real pity! But, what are the real differens between U. dicothoma and U. novae-zealandiae so?
  5. S. minor var. okefenokeensis, clone 1, from seed from ICPS in 1980s. Very tall, fat,raised areolae in young pitchers. (M01 Frangelo) S. x moorei 'Brook's Hybrid' (AA)(H7 MK) X04. S. x (x moorei x rubra subsp. gulfensis) X07. S. 'Juthatip Soper' S. 'Lynda Butt' (SX30 AS) S. x (rubra subsp. alabamensis x [(wrigleyana x excellens) (H63 ’04 Frangelo) Utricularia dichotoma Utricularia laxa Utricularia nephrophylla Utricularia novae-zealandiae Utricularia pubescens Utricularia warburgii Thanks to all Best regards Diego.
  6. Pinguicula "huahuapan" Pinguicula moctezumae x emarginata Pinguicula reticulata (kondoi) Pinguicula jumavensis Pinguicula leptoceras Roridula gorgonias with P. roridulae, F03. S. flava var. cuprea, Marsure S. flava var. rubricorpora, 'Burgundy', Adrian Slack, (F26 MK)(FL03 RVL) S. flava var. ornata, Apalachicola nat. Forest; Liberty Co. Florida, (F88 MK)(FL57 RVL) S. flava var. rubricorpora, Apalachicola National Forest, Florida, W, (F161 MK) F24. S. flava var. rubricorpora, F89MK x F25CMK, (S02 '06 Frangelo) L03. S. leucophylla, Pubescent Pink (klein) S. leucophylla, "Alba" #7, No red, yellow veins [Klein] S. leucophylla, Tall green & white form, Citronelle, AL (L02 MK) S. leucophylla, "Alba", SL8, clone #8, (CK)
  7. Dm "Belzebub" Dm 'Funnel Trap' Dm "Green Wizard" Dm "Ibrido A" (Plantev) Dm 'Jaws Smiley' Dm 'Microdent' Dm "Sandokan" D. nitidula allantostigma x ericksoniae D. pulchella, salmon flower D. pulchella x erycksoniae ,red center flower D. pulchella x nitidula Nepenthes truncata Pinguicula cyclosecta Pinguicula debbertiana
  8. Great Adam Also mine U. dicothoma and U. novae-zealandiae have flowered, and without name it's impossible to distinguish them! The only one different that I see is the higher vigor in U dicothoma. Diego.
  9. S. flava var. flava, 'Maxima', ex A. Slack (F21 CD)(F11 MK) S. flava var. rubricorpora, Apalachicola National Forest, Florida, W, (F161 MK)(F58,JA), with a pitcher damaged by snails L04. S. leucophylla, "Helmut's Delight" S. x moorei 'Brook's Hybrid' (AA)(H7 MK) S. x excellens (SX95 NAPP) S. x (rubra subsp. gulfensis Giant x leucophylla),Yellow River, FL, W,(PW)(H15 MK) S. x areolata (alata x leucophylla), yellow flowers, white topped pitchers with alata shape (H33 MK), with a strange pitcher S. x moorei "Elizabeth", Norman Parker (H89 MK) S. x moorei 'Leah Wilkerson', Walton Co, FL., W,(H112 MK), still small but with fantastic colours and shades S. x "Camisole" Best regards Diego.
  10. Some flowers A04. S. alata, Angelina Co. Texas F01. S. flava var. flava S. flava var. rugelii, Milton, FL Clone 6, W, (F53 MK)(FL34 RVL) F10. S. flava var. cuprea, Coppertop S. flava var. atropurpurea, All red, Marston Exotics, 1999 (F174 MK)(FL75 RVL) S. flava var. rugelii, Large, Marston Exotics, (F159 MK)(FL73 RVL)
  11. Compliments! U. sp. Botumirim has a realy elegant flowers!