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Wasan

Utricularia of North East Thailand

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Hello , I'm Wasan , I'm a new member of CPUK. Last November I went to the top of the waterfall in Ubon-Ratchathani province, Thailand.

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I found Utricularia bifiba and U. delphinioides 2.thumb.jpg.d1819fd9abc5de80b5668dd0baabb174.jpg

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Drosera Indica

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Sorry if I call them wrong name

Enjoy!!

Wasan

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Hi Wasan,  

U. Delphinoides is a fantastic species, we saw it up on kao samoor poon a few years ago.  Unfortunately not in cultivation over here, does anyone in Thailand grow it?

 

 

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31 minutes ago, manders said:

Hi Wasan,  

U. Delphinoides is a fantastic species, does anyone in Thailand grow it?

 

 

100% agree stunning looking flower. 

Thanks for the pic's Wasan.

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17 hours ago, manders said:

Hi Wasan,  

U. Delphinoides is a fantastic species, we saw it up on kao samoor poon a few years ago.  Unfortunately not in cultivation over here, does anyone in Thailand grow it?

 

 

Sorry, I don't know because Utricularia is not popular in Thailand. 

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This is amazing! I wonder how common these plants are there. There are a few lithophytic Utricularia in Thailand too. Also, welcome to CPUK!

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