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    It was just a few weeks ago that I moved the lion's share of my collection from the attic (where it was getting too cold for a lot of them), to the apartment. Among the evacuees were a colony of G. hispidula that had been flowering. I put it and others in a closet, under a fluorescent light. Today I noticed that all I have visible from the surface were the 3 or 4 flower stalks (still green). Where did the so-called leaves go? Do they ever just disappear from the surface and still have activity beneath? Anyone else experience this with species?

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    I had something like this happen to my U. graminifolia, where the only leaves that were visible were coming outta the bottom holes. But when I increased water levels, it seemed to make more on the surface.

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    I have had limited experience with genlisea, but I also have had some utrics and other genlisea do something similar.

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    Do they come back eventually? Does warmth or cold or less or more water change the situation?

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    It seemed with mine more water did something.

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