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    Aquatic or semi aquatic or epi utrics, or???

    Anyone looking to trade Utrics? I am looking to expand a bit. Also have a Deroose alata I could chop a bit off of. A few other things possibly. To paraphrase Alice in Chains, What's your plant of choice? Well, what have you got? email to gnixon@satx.rr.com if you wish.

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    Would a sprig of Japanese Aldrovanda and some assorted water plants up the ante?

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    I'm looking for quelchii and humboldtii.. and have reneformis 'Big Sister', U. alpina x endresii, and nelumbifolia to offer.
    Is that helpful?

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    Afraid not. I don't have what you are after, and I think I have the reniformis you have, though not certain. The other two of yours I would like to obtain, but maybe next time. Thanks for the offer.

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    I've got U. gibba, U. dichotoma, U. bisquamata 'Betty's Bay', and (don't laugh) U. subulata. I would kill.... I mean.... wound, for Aldrovanda. I also have 3 firstborn male children....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    I'm looking for quelchii and humboldtii.. and have reneformis 'Big Sister', U. alpina x endresii, and nelumbifolia to offer.
    Is that helpful?
    I would be interested in trading for the reneformis 'big sister'. By the way, that plant is now it's own species called U. cornigera. PM'd.

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