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    Is it time for Mexican Pinguicula to go into dry succulent stage?

    My Pinguicula Moranesis appears to be producing shorter leaves with no stickyness to them. Is it time for the Mexican pings to go into succulent stage?
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    My moranensis quit flowering and has gone into this stage as well. So, yeah, I guess it is.

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    Yes it is, although some species do not - like P. agnata.

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    My Moranensis keeps producing carnivorous leaves even though I cut down the watering. What do i do? :/
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    Wait until it starts grown succulent leaves. They don't all switch over at the same time, even clones from pullings in same pot.
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    Jim, my agnata is doing exactly as you say. It is producing slightly smaller leaves, but the same type of leaves. They are still carnivorous. My P. 'Tita' is in a tight bud as well as my P. gigantea.

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