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Some pictures for those people who are not into blogs D. paradoxa flower D. venusta D. venusta a bit closer D. tomentosa P. emarginata x (moranensis x ehlersiae) leaf with a prey P. emarginata x (moranensis x ehlersiae) flower Flower of another P. emarginata x (moranensis x ehlersiae) P. emarginata flower U. livida 'Blue' P. moctezumae bud U. nelumbifolia x reniformis with hydrofobic leaves U. pubescens leaves U. nephrophylla flower Just in case if you got interested here's the link ---> this is the LINK
hi everyone this is my first post on here i signed up because i felt that i could benefit from the knowledge experienced growers of utricularia humboldtii recently bought a "seed grown" utricularia humboldtii from california carnivores a reputable nursery in the United States about a month ago, however i became suspicious about the true identity of this plant because it looks nothing like other utricularia photos that i have seen elsewhere, this utricularia looks sorta like utricularia praelonga, it produces paddle-like leaves and needle-like leaves. I have tried to research on juvenile utricularia humboldtii but only see pitcures of seedlings or adult forms. During the research online I came accross other growers who also had trouble believing what they received as utricularia humboldtii were indeed humboldtii since they also had variable leaves that were paddle-like and upright leaves but no solid answer was given I was wondering if any experienced grower has any information on why this bladderwort produces these leaves, is it temporary? a different clone? or if it is indeed a utricularia humboldtii. I have mixed feelings since california carnivores is a very reputable nursery but at the same time my utricularia is giving me a hard time believing it is. i have noticed that the plant preffers growing in very wet and shady conditions, its leaves turn purple under bright light and i feel as if it were going to die so i move it into indirect low light and gets vigorous growth of needle like leaves