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  1. Utricularia asplundii not sure if Utricularia asplundii or jamesoniana (as far as I know I only have one asplundii clone)
  2. Oh no, what happened to the bog? Climate change?
  3. Your photographs are beautiful. I especially like the aquatic Drosera intermedia.
  4. I have seen this on Utricularia bifida, Utricularia cornuta, and Utricularia rostrata. All were grown in high humidity environments. You can see them on Utricularia cornuta in the picture below. You can also see it on Utricularia rostrata here.
  5. A wiki would be very helpful. Maybe we could have pages for different genera and then individual pages for each species, with objective information at the top like habitat and then cultivation tips at the bottom. Maybe something like this? Members could contribute photographs too.
  6. I have an Orchidioides Utricularia with a flower stalk, but the size of the flower stalk is throwing me off. The plant it appears to be coming from is Utricularia praetermissa, and the leaves are of reasonable size. But the flower stalk is tiny. Could it be that the plant is just stressed and so the flower is smaller than it should be? The plant also produced a flower stalk last year, and while it eventually aborted, it was much larger. Anyways, I would appreciate any explanations as to what is going on.
  7. Very nice! I can't even get Utricularia asplundii to flower.
  8. Does anyone know what species of Utricularia these are?
  9. I would grow it in highland conditions.
  10. If only it was in cultivation.... Utricularia hamiltonii too!
  11. Pretty cool seeing the Drosera growing aquatically. I like the last picture lol.
  12. Love the pictures of the Utricularia! The habitat looks pristine.
  13. I got it from Carnivoria but Best Carnivorous Plants also has it this year. I think the clones are from the same location.
  14. This forum helped me find my first CPs in the wild. I haven't been around for that long but I really appreciate having this resource. Thank you!
  15. Whoa, that Drosera looks very unique. I like the light green/yellow color.
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