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    Is this a Utric? If it is, what kind?

    In the soil of my new S. Rubra, there was some tall thin stalk things about 3 inches tall. You can see them all over in this picture.


    On them were a few of these flowers.


    And in the soil around the base of these stalks, there were some of these leafy things. You can see one of the stalks coming from near the upper left side of that brownish thing in the bottom right corner.


    Is this a Utric? If it is, I don't want to kill it. Will it be fine outside in the same pot as my S. Rubra?
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    definitely a utric, I dont want to guess at the ID. I'm not a good utric person haha I've only got one... and its real small...


    yeah keep it happy spread it around all your pots it'll help with soil infestations... and its cool

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    I like it, but would it be ok to put outside?
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    yeah it should be fine outside, obviously it was outside at the vendors place. and i know where you got em, thats where i got my B52 lol

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    and i believe it is U. Bisquamata

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    Ok thanks. I'll look in my book and see if there's anything like it
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    I agree with Kris, U. bisquamata. You wont have to worry about losing it. It will colinise pots through self pollination. The problem you are more likely to have is getting rid of it if you decide you don't like it.

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    Haha, your´s also infested with U. bisquamata? My U. dichotoma and D. capensis have U. bisquamata. They´re supposedly kind of like weeds, but they´re nice to have.
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