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    Looking for Utrics!

    I am looking for:

    Utricularia livida - Zimbabwe
    Utricularia livida - Broad flower, Mexico
    Utricularia sandersonii - Large flower form? (edited: previously said narrow flower form)
    Last edited by kayaker78; 05-12-2010 at 06:31 PM.

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    I just have the run-of-the-mill types.

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    I have 3-4 different types of U. sandersonii, only 1 of them is labeled as a clone thou. Its the U. sandersonii 'blue' and has never flowered and is slow growing...

    Are either of these 2 the one you are looking for? They were not labeled as narrow flower although they look like thats what it is.

    Anyway here are 2 of them in flower, another form has a different leaf form I haven't paid enough attention to see what the other leaf form flowers like.

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    The one on the left looks like the normal form to me, the one on the right reminds me of the "blue" form only not so blue.

    I will PM you

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    Do you have a pic of what the narrow flower form looks like, the only ones I can find look too close to my typical?

    Here is what I was thinking http://www.humboldt.edu/~rrz7001/zph...ndersonii.html.

    From the link for the narrow "Note that the "bunny ears" in this form are narrow. " and for the blue "The color difference is subtle, being slightly darker blue."

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    Ok, I looked at the website of a certain CP dealer and it looks like what I consider normal is the narrow form in Europe... Maybe it is the "Large Flower" form that I want!

    I havent seen my U. sandersonii flower in a almost a year.... I am going to bring it home from work and put it under my grow lights, hopefully I will have flowers in a couple weeks to look at and compair to.

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    I've got sandersonii typical and blue.
    Just in case your interested.
    They're watching us. o.0

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