U. humboldtii plant
This is a small plant from an aerial stolon from one of my larger plants. Plants from these original seedlings have been producing 'paddles' 4-7" high and about 1.5" wide. However, I do not know if this is truly their adult size. For whatever reason, this species is rarely available through domestic suppliers (including eBay).
From Barry's faq:
Utricularia humboldtii--One of the relatively easily grown species from the group. This species has two kinds of leaves. The aerial leaves have long petioles and are paddle-shaped and very leathery. The other leaves are aquatic, and are divided into several lobes. It has the largest flowers, and just about the largest bladders and leaves too, of the whole genus. It lives in the urns of large bromeliads (although it can live in other suitably moist sites), including those of the carnivorous Brocchinia species. From time to time, it produces long arcing shoots that apparently seek out new places to live. A fabulous species.
Close-up of growth & bladders around bottom of cup:
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