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Thread: UFLU!!! Unidentified Flowerless Utric!!!

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    UFLU!!! Unidentified Flowerless Utric!!!

    yeah for some reason in almost all of my pots I have these Utric flower stems that arise and are completely flowerless, but they still have mature/maturing seed pods.

    Does anyone know what this might be? I have it everywhere, and I think that Glider got some of it along with the D. filiformis that I sent him

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    U. subulata.

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    really?
    Well then I guess that the other utric that I found invading my collection isn't U. subulata or U. bisquamata

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    mine has also sent up little stalks with brown pods. i guess we have the same thing!
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    Well I mean I'm not 100% sure lol. It's just that U. subulata does this and is very common.

    I'm not into utrics so I don't know if other species are cleistogamous. It's probably U. subulata, though.

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    If it looks like narrow blades of grass and its indestructible even in soap water, then it's subulata...

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    Odds are it is subulata, very few others are as prolifically cleistogamous as subulata
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    I think that I finally see a flower coming up!!!
    I'll check what it looks like.

    Thanks! I bet it is U. subulata

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