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    If you want the "official" list (according to Jan Schlauer).
    Utricularia database

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    I'm happy to report my U. reinformis (it's some kind of small form) stolon cuttings are producing photosynthetic stolons! I didin't expect it to live in my lowland conditions but it is!

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    J P orchid guy says:Wow Thanks Sheridan! That is one LONG list. Time to start collecting LOL and see how many I can get checked off the list >>>>

    Only 180 more for me to collect.
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    Every seed that you plant ,doesn't sprout.
    Every seed that sprouts, doesn't make it to maturity.
    Every cutting that you stick doesn't grow roots.
    Every cutting that roots doesn't grow to a small plant.
    Every small plant doesn't reach maturity.


    Who needs speelcheck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (rattler_mt @ Sep. 21 2006,9:57)]Jim, have you actually seen a list of Utric species? SG dont come close! there are over 200 species!

    List of Utric species

    not sure how accurate this is but it should be pretty close
    I forgot about Taylor's list and book. I only have the other two books. I only have about 190 to go!

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    JLAP,

    At a guess you have the 'Enfant Terribles' form. I have both my reniformis clones growing outdoors here when weather permits. This species, I have found, is more flexable in its temperature tolerance than others in these groups.

    Rattler, I think that even 1/2 would be a challenge. Tim Malcolm was at it for years and I don't think he had that many. Many of the species are just radically obscure or in impossible places or never collected. Heck, I only have 41 of them and I have not been slack about going after them.
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    really? i had in the mid thirties without any aquatics and did that without breathing hard and was sure of the ID's of all but a couple. the first 40 must just be fairly easy to find. figured with a bit of luck and some connections you could hit 100 of them and after that it would get extreamly difficult. but youve been at this longer than i have so i believe yah..............dont know if i want 40 of them again, heck of a headache keeping them from invading each other, think im going to stick to the ones i like instead of one of everything.
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    Sheridan that might be a good idea. Its just hard for a colector not to want them all at one point in time.

    Pyro the U. reniformis 'Enfant Terribles', is it suposed to be grown in peat standing in water like I do with the rest of them? It is growing for me and the leaves seem small so I am glad to hear thats waht it is suposed to be. It has been growing out in the GH with the rest of mine in peat. It looked like thats what it came in when I got the plug. That and some carpet moss growing over the top too. So I just plopped it in some peat. I lost all the leaves that came with it, but its growing new ones so I think its ok. Atleast thats what I think it growing there LOL.

    Thanks again BobZ!!
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    if thats what i do indeed have, i grow it in lfs like nepenthes.

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