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    Weedy Utric Id Help Needed...

    A flower from one of my weedy Utric's opened up today and its not what the pot is labeled as ...Its a nice little flower so I'd like to seperate and Id it. Any suggestions?

    The grassy growth is around 2 cm tall, the flower is under 1/2 cm only standing 4 cm above the medium.

    I'd like to get a clean pot of this one and add it some terria later on.

    None of the side shots turned out so I'll go back and try again.

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    My first thought was U. bisquamata, but wait for the real experts.

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    I think it's an angry bisq. I have some that do that when upset about something.

    Then again, I'm not an expert, either.
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    U. rostrata, previously known as U. sp. Chapada Diamantina. It's not a fully formed flower though.

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    There is a very good chance this is not a fully correct flower, for weather reasons it was without light and had more of a temp drop than normal for 2 days during the forming time. Hopefully the second spike will open soon.

    U. bisq is likely 4-6+ different species and/or natural hybrids being passed around as U. bisq/U. partho...I'm hoping to get a better name than that mess.

    I looked at U. rostrata and it was close but not close enough, now if my flower was misformed due to the condition changes that would explain alot.

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    It is definitely U. rostrata, just a malformed flower. The giveaway is the tiny bladders you can see growing up some of the leaves.

    Check this post on another forum-

    http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index...howtopic=13344

    Have a close look at the leaves on your plant.

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    Thanks a ton! That looks just like what I'm growing. There are a few small areas in the misformed flower that are different but they are very minor. Everything else looks the same.

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    That's an awesome plant!

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