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    Hi I have clones of this plant for trade.

    I will trade for almost anything.
    I live in Alberta
    Stephen

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    Moved here from Foreign Carnivorous Plant Resources Forum
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    What kind is it? I'm sure that there would be some other Canadian folk that would love it, particularly Mabudon, Maehem, Zongyi Yang, Syble/Sib, Trapper7, and sszvein. Otherwise, you'd have to deal with CITES.

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    No Jim only inport issues not CITES. It is P. (oh it jsut slipped my mind).

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    Looks like a form of Pinguicula agnata, but it is best to wait for flowers to confirm.

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    Hi all, is there any way to induce flowering, light cycle etc. Or do pings flower when they are mature. I think this one had a dried up flower stalk on it when i purchased it, do they flower more than once, yearly,ect.
    Thanks for any info.
    Stephen

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