Is it a Gypsicola?


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I go with P. gypsicola. I just studied my plants of the hybrids, and I'm not seeing the same characteristics. Plus the one plant is going dormant, which I haven't seen the hybrid do...

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Then this plant must have been kept in quite week light conditions. It that true Kateemes? I also find quite unexpected the small plantlet at the base of the larger plant on the lower picture. My P. gypsicola have never produced such plantlets, but moctezumae does frequently.

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Well, is P. gypsicola * (gypsicola x moctezumae) possible? The leaves do seem a bit straight for pure P. g....

here is my P. gypsicola, looking more like a sea anemone.

http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~dpevans/Pinguicula/P_gypsicola.htm

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  • 4 months later...

This appears to probably be, or be a similar hybrid to P. gypsicola x P. 'Aphrodite'

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