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    Utricularia uniflora

    This one is moving up my list of most liked Utric's, tiny little one the entire mass is under 2" X 2". There are currently 5 stalks going up, one should open in the next few days!

    They are growing in a mix of milled peat/milled sphagnum/sand/perlite under 2 T5HO lights about 12" from the bulbs.

    The flower bud is 1/8" just for reference.

    They are a little out of focus, but I'm learning!

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    Cute utrics! i love their flowers, like mini orchids
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    They have a neat shape to them.
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    Very nice! I love the shape of the "leaves." They are like mini U. calycifida leaves.
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    Incredible! My Uniflora are sending out stalks for the first time, but they look nowhere near as robust as yours. The leaves look the same though.

    Please do post pics when it fully opens.

    Did you give it special temps/water levels/light?

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    I didn't change anything, but the weather here has been jumping around alot so the house temps have moved alot more than normal.

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    Yesterday it finished opening up, very slow to open! It made me wait what seemed like forever. Little fuzzy but I'm getting old.

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    Cute. It looks like a pink/white manta ray. :3
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