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    I cant wait to get back to the point where I have spare plants to trade! Thankfully Utrics grow quickly for me!

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    I have the right now Sandersonii and Bisquamata. (The commoners) lol
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    I got back into utrics last year after getting away from them for awhile. Here's what's growing:

    arenaria
    bisquamata
    dichotoma
    graminifolia
    livida
    longifolia-long form
    longifolia-short form
    merriwak
    monanthos
    nephrophylla
    parthenopipes
    praelonga
    quelchii
    reniformis
    sandersonii
    sandersonii 'Blue'
    subulata
    tricolor

    What I'm missing are some of the calcyfidas. Does anyone have 'Asenath Waite' or 'Yog Sothoth' for trade?

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    This is what seems to be available!

    Utricularia adpressa *

    Utricularia alpina
    • “Pittier Moon”

    Utricularia amethystina
    • White flower, Auyan Tepui
    • Lilac Flower *

    Utricularia arenaria *

    Utricularia arnhemica
    • Prince Regent River, Kimberley, NT, Australia

    Utricularia Asplundii

    Utricularia aureomaculata
    • Aparaman Tepui
    • Murosipan Tepui

    Utricularia babui
    • Thailand

    Utricularia bifida
    • Mersing, Malaysia
    • Terenganu, Malaysia

    Utricularia biloba
    • Moolooaba, Queensland, AU

    Utricularia bisquamata
    • Bettys Bay *
    • Large flower
    • Small Flower

    Utricularia blanchetii
    • Pink flower *
    • White flower, Chapada Diamantina - Bahia, Brazil *

    Utricularia caerulea
    • White flower, Mersing, Malaysia

    Utricularia calycifida
    • Purple flower
    • ‘Asenath Waite’
    • ‘Cthulhu’
    • ‘Lavinia Whateley’
    • ‘Mrs. Marsh’
    • ‘Yog-Sothoth’

    Utricularia campbelliana

    Utricularia chrysantha
    • Yellow flower

    Utricularia cornuta

    Utricularia delicatula
    • Whangamarino Swamp, New Zealand

    Utricularia dichotoma
    • Tasmania *

    Utricularia dunlopii
    • Nourlangie, N.T.

    Utricularia erectiflora *

    Utricularia endresii

    Utricularia flaccida

    Utricularia fulva *

    Utricularia geminiloba

    Utricularia graminifolia
    • Bright-blue flower *
    • Pink flower *

    Utricularia heterosepala *

    Utricularia hispida
    • Yellow/ creamy flower, La Gran Sabana, Summit of Mount Roraima *

    Utricularia humboldtii
    • Broad leafs, Cerro Neblina

    Utricularia involvens
    • Gunung Jerai, Malaysia, above 650 m

    Utricularia juncea
    • Gran Sabana
    • Suwannee Canal, Okefenokee Swamp, GA, USA
    • Venezuela/ Brazil border

    Utricularia kamienskii
    • South end of Giraween Lagoon, N.T.

    Utricularia lateriflora
    • Frodshams Pass, Tasmania *
    • Mt. Compass, Adelaide Hills, Australia
    • Lake St. Claire, Pass, Tasmania
    • Rainbow Beach, Queensland, AU

    Utricularia laxa *

    Utricularia leptoplectra
    • Giraween
    • Howard Springs Lagoons, N.T.

    Utricularia livida
    • Blue flower, Durban, SA *
    • Broad flower, Mexico
    • Lemon flower, Zambia *
    • Merriwuk, Natal, SA *
    • Rwanda *
    • Zimbabwe

    Utricularia longeciliata
    • 180 km of Gran Sabana, H. heterodoxa lowland site

    Utricularia longifolia
    • Diamantina, Brazil

    Utricularia microcalyx

    Utricularia minutissima
    • Gunung Tahan, Pahang, Malaysia

    Utricularia minutissima
    • White flower, Gunung Jerai, Malaysia

    Utricularia monanthos
    • Hartz Mts., Tasmania
    • Stewart Island, NZ

    Utricularia nana
    • Clone I, green leafs
    • Clone II, red leafs, Gran Sabana

    Utricularia nelumbifolia

    Utricularia nephrophylla
    • Pink flower
    • White flower *

    Utricularia novae-zealandiae
    • Lake Ohia, NZ

    Utricularia parthenopipes

    Utricularia paulineae
    • Clone I. *
    • Clone II.

    Utricularia praelonga *

    Utricularia prehensilis *
    • Eastern Transwaal
    • Mkambati Natural Reserve, Eastern Cape, S.A.

    Utricularia pubescens
    • Ilu Tepui
    • Serra Caraca, Minas Gerais, Brazil

    Utricularia pusilla

    Utricularia quelchii
    • "Mount Wei"
    • Ilu Tepui

    Utricularia reniformis
    • “Giant form”
    • f. courte
    • 'enfant terrible'
    • 'small form'

    Utricularia rostrata
    • Cachaiera da Fumaca, Bahia, Brazil
    • Chapada Diamantina, Brazil

    Utricularia sandersonii
    • Blue flower
    • Large flower
    • Narrow flower form

    Utricularia simplex
    • Karridale, WA

    Utricularia subulata
    • Murosipan Tepui

    Utricularia tricolor

    Utricularia tridentate

    Utricularia triflora
    • Giraween N.T.

    Utricularia triloba
    • St. Elena

    Utricularia troupinii
    • Rwanda, 2500 m

    Utricularia uliginosa
    • Mersing, Malaysia

    Utricularia uniflora

    Utricularia warburgii
    • Zhejiang, Southeastern China
    Utricularia welwitschii

    Hybrid
    Utricularia praelonga x Utricularia livida
    Utricularia neprophylla x Utricularia geminiloba
    Utricularia alpina x Utricularia asplundii
    Utricularia alpina x Utricularia endressii
    Utricularia alpina x Utricularia. humboldtii
    Utricularia Quelchii x Utricularia Humboldtii
    Utricularia Quelchii x Utricularia Praetermissa

    Unidentified
    Utricularia spec. Hermanus, (SA)
    Utricularia spec. Kerala (India)
    Utricularia cv. JITKA
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    You'ld have to do some international trading to get a lot of those. Which is a problem for most of us growers...

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    That post is my official want list!

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    currently i have longifolia, 3 clones of humboldtii and im getting quelchii here soon. does anyone have nelumbifolia?
    Me too. I have a start of nelubifolia almost ready to go. Has put up one leafy stolon. Also have seedlings that I keep on talking to and hoping they will grow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    U. buntingiana? You think U. campy is growing in the states?
    U. buntingiana is not in cultivation. Period.

    U. campbelliana is certainly in the the US.

    Quote Originally Posted by RSS View Post
    I agree they are in the states, but getting ahold of them without importing is the issue.
    Not strictly true

    Quote Originally Posted by RSS View Post
    You need something special to trade for them, connections, blackmail, or just luck... Its the general trading issues, the people that have the rarer plants that are growing well don't want anything the average CP grower has. The few I've seen for sale are either really expensive or just look unhealthy.
    Respectfully, you kind of answer your own question in your statement (which I have highlighted red.)

    Yes, the common hobby CP grower may not have something to offer, but to be quite honest the common hobby CP grower eventually has to decide if they are going to stay a common hobby CP grower or become a serious CP grower. A serious CP grower is willing to make an investment or 50 (0or 500) to make the jump from things like D. capensis and N. ventricosa and U. dichotoma up to things like D. stolonifera and N. macrophylla and U. alpina. Once you commit to the decision to be serious then the rest is just determination. Before I moved I had the largest collection of Orchidioides/Iperua in the US. I has every species that was in cultivation and various clones of each. It took me 5 years to do it but I did it. My "quest" produced a huge network of people that I have maintained a long standing relationship with. I worked to make the connections, they were not made for me. And I grant that, yes, there was some luck involved, but you know what they say: "You make your own luck."

    Quote Originally Posted by kayaker78 View Post
    Utricularia alpina x Utricularia asplundii
    Just an FYI on that... I made this cross and it has yet to be confirmed. The parents are very similar in appearance when just dealing with leaves alone so until someone gets it to bloom this is a maybe. (And I thought I told the people I passed this around to to keep a "possible" note on it.)

    Quote Originally Posted by kayaker78 View Post
    Utricularia alpina x Utricularia. humboldtii
    I also made this and again it was not confirmed by bloom. The reciprocal cross (humboldtii x alpina) was made in Germany years ago and was obviously different enough from the humbo parent to be called right out of the gate. However, if you have ever grown large numbers of alpina from seed (like I have) you know they are very pleomorphic. I was not comfortable making that call until they bloomed. And I never got the chance before I sent them away when I moved. I hope someone does and posts (whether the cross worked or not)

    Quote Originally Posted by kayaker78 View Post
    Utricularia Quelchii x Utricularia Praetermissa...

    ...

    ...Utricularia cv. JITKA
    These are the same cross

    Quote Originally Posted by Jefforever View Post
    You'ld have to do some international trading to get a lot of those. Which is a problem for most of us growers...
    Not so. I would bet good money that you could pull off at least 80% if not more of that list within the borders of the US. It will take work, but as I said above...
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