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    I have one extra package of four P. moransis gemmae. First responder gets it free.

    enoc22 and Griffin do not need to respond. I have some set for your packages already.
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    ME ME!

    This will hopefully be my second Ping!

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    You got it!
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    Pinguicula moranensis produce gemmae?! I don't think so... It is either a temperate Pinguicula, such as P. vulgaris, or a pygmy Drosera which can produce gemmae... Unless you meant cuttings?

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    Nope, this was sent as a moransis. But you know how ID's can go. Snowy I will send the gemmae and we will ID when they flower.

    I do have a vulgaris. The leaves are not the same, but this one has not flowered yet.

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    Oh yes, I can talk for a while about misIDed plants lol. Can you post a picture? I would be curious to have a look at it. Thank, and I hope you didn't find my post too arsh, its the feeling i had when i read it back :P

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    Are you sure its not Pinguicula macroceras?

    This N. American Ping has the most similar name to to 'moransis' that I can think of.

    P. moranensis, is a mexican species and as Tom says, doesn't produce gemmae.

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    As I said, it was sent labeled as moransis, but it was sent as a moransis (unknown) so I take it that it had not flowered for the sender as well. I label my pots immediately with the name the plant is labeled and who sent it. I will check out pictures of the macroceras.

    No Tom. I believed that you were trying to save another mis-ID. I have no problem with this. I should have questioned this plant. It is a DUH. I know that moransis is tropical and just did not make the connection. I also found that a drosera sent in the same package was mis-IDed. It was sent as a normal bi, but branches 8 or more times. The Ping may be a vulgaris of a different type than I have. My vulgaris is making gemmae right now. It may also be a macro since that is another of the pings I requested, but did not (thought) receive. I suppose the sender may have gotten mixed up since they sent a large amount of plants to several people all at once.

    As to a pygmy drosera, I am not that new [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img] Although I am new to Pings. The plant is a larger ping, approximately four inches across, but died back to a bud. The gemmae does not look like drosera gemmae, but small buds. They grow at the base of the plant. Prehaps they are not gemmae? But they deffinately are not plantlets.
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