I received an unconfirmed Orchidioides cross from a friend last fall. During repotting, I took a small section to plant in another pot. As time went on, it became more & more apparent that the two pots contained very different plants. For a few months I figured the utric had died & there was now some form of weed growing. Several months passed and the pot now had several vertical spike growths which I assumed were a bog weed. However, when I pulled one out, a significant section of underground utric growth pulled up also. Upon closer inspection, it appeared that the spike growths, bladders & other leaves all come from the same mass of underground growth.
I've shown pics of the plant to the originator of the hybrid Orchidioides & another grower from whom I have made several trades. Neither recognizes the plant nor has anything similar in their collection. The plant has yet to flower in my care.
The pot is 2.5" (6.3cm).
Close-up of central 'rosette':
Close-up of leaves at edge of pot:
Later edit: Searching through Barry's faq & Bob's photofinder, U. praelonga would seem to be a candidate due to the 2 leaf types but the few foliage photos I could find did not seem to match well.