Below is a photograph showing a trio of plantlets that were produced at the end of "stolons" during the plants flowering. Several other plantlets were produced from this same plant in this same way, but were removed and potted up, they appear to be growing normally. I've been growing this same clone for many years now. It was originally obtained from Ed Read, labeled as Pinguicula A.L. #3. I've reproduced it by cloning it, selfing it, and used it as a parent in hybrids, but this is the first time it has reproduced itself by stolons, similar to strawberry runners. The stolons connecting these plantlets to the parent plant died away several months earlier. Makes me wonder if this behavior had been observed in the wild, if this plant might now be called, Pinguicula stolonifera. Seems that this genus has an amazing degree of variability and is incredibly adaptable to its environment.