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    Can anyone help me to id this ?

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    It is Utricularia blanchetii
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    Isnt that blanchetii alba??
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    There is a chance it could be parthenopipes as well. These two plants seem to be rather confused in cultivation.
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    Hopefully one day all the confusion with U. parthenopipes will be settled. For now based on recent discussions about U. parthenopipes and what not.. I am calling all these things U. blanchetii white form.

    Note I don't call them 'alba' as this is a specific word reserved for nomenclature when a plant lacking anthocyanin is officially described and published as a variety to the normal species.

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    Tony is right, the variety 'Alba' has not been published either as a variety or as a cultivar. If you want to distinguish the white flowered form from the purple it would be best to list it as "white flowered form" and in double quotes.
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    Very nice! I do like blanchetii(If my greenhouse gets here maybe I could swap for some in the future Lol.)
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    yeah i would say blanchetii, or maybe bisquamata
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