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    I am new at this and still need help with the exact ID.




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    I see lotsa plantlets. Most probably P. primuliflora!

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    I would say definitely P. primuliflora.
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    As has been stipulated it is most likely Pinguicula primuliflora, especially if those plantlets are being generated by the leaf tips. I have, however, seen both Pinguicula lutea and Pinguicula ionantha form multiple plantlets from the base of the rosette which produced a cluster of growth points (like a bouquet of rosettes) similar to your photo.

    I see a flower stalk sticking up there. Any chance we could get a photo of the flower? That would more than likely assure an identification. Descriptive examples of flowers; Pink corolla with which center and yellow beard = Pinguicula primuliflora and White corolla with lavender center and yellow beard = Pinguicula ionantha.




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