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    Please help with id of this utric

    Thanks!

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    Yup, that is a Utric alright. A terrestrial one at that.

    Without a flower it is going to be nearly impossible as many of the terrestrials look so alike. If I had to make a guess it could be sandersonii, livida, dichotoma, uniflora, paulinea...
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    without a flower, as said above, it is impossible to tell.

    i'll venture a guess as U. sublata-they are everywhere!
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    That one's not subulata... different shaped "leaves". Instead of posting several possibilities, take a look here and maybe one of them is it. Maybe yours will send up a flower scape soon.

    http://s106.photobucket.com/albums/m...006/?start=all

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    Thanks for everyone's reply.

    I might have mixed up dichotoma and subulata. Was about to give this away as subulata but was told that subulata leaves are like bisquamata, parthenopipes...BUT, dichotoma leaves seems more pointed at the ends while these are rounder. *dizzy*

    There was a flower stalk but it dried up before it opened...I hope it does not turn out to be cleistogomous or I'll have this utric all over the place.
    Cindy

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    Based on the bit of stalk in the pic I would say dichotoma but that is not 100%
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    Thanks, Pyro. I'll temporarily label it as dichotoma until it flowers.
    Cindy

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    my dichotoma leaves are pointed. it looks more like my livida. how large are the bladders? most U. dicotoma have very large(compared to other species of bladderwort) bladders.
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