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Some Utricularia

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Utricularia Babui

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Utricularia Bisquamata

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Utricularia Blanchetii

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Utricularia Calycifida

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I was thinking the same thing as Lucien....you seem to have some pests on there, don't you?

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Yes,it doesn't seem to be water but a sort of mucous which catch the insects.

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I know, it's probably a nectar but the insects remain stuck and drown themselves inside.

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Hi everybody !

Some photo today for the lovers of Utricularia

Utricularia Uniflora
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Utricularia Welwitschii
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A field of Utricularia Bisquamata
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How big a pot does your U. bisquamata have (to get that type of flower show)?  :smile:

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How big a pot does your U. bisquamata have (to get that type of flower show)?  :smile:

 

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I use this pot with geotextile at the bottom. I had sown the seeds of only 3-4 flowers. At the beginning I wanted to sell them but it's so beautiful. But I find this pot a little small, I will use this pot for the future sowing. I will have many seed soon ;)

I will try to do the same thing with Utricularia Calycifida :)

The future pot

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May be I'm a little mad  :laugh1:

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May be I'm a little mad  :laugh1:

Yes - I'd agree. Many people decide to grow U. bisquamata when they start growing utrics. Very few of them are happy with that decision two years later.

 

..... and the people who trade with them - even less so ...

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I've also Utricularia Bisquamata since more one year in terrarium and she stay in her pot. All my Utricularia in the terrarium stay in their pots and not somewhere else ;)

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I'm not sure whether I'm more envious of your photography skills or your fantastic plants.

 

Thanks you but it's my reflex camera which do all :)

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Hi,

 

A new flower to add at my galery :)

 

Utricularia involvens

 

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Lovely photos and plants Anthony!

I have never seen those trays for sale but the utrics seem very happy in them.

Cheers,

Steve

Thank you :)

 

I wait that the flowers fade then I would have it to sale ;)

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I forgot, it's not new specie but better photo I hope.

 

Utricularia welwitschii

 

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A mixed of utricularia between Utricularia laxa, Utricularia uniflora and Utricularia involvens

 

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