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    Utricularia, section Orchidioides - info sharing & discussion

    I've been growing some of these Utrics for approximately 1.5 years (yup - a noob) and have already gone through multiple trials & tribulations. Following some discussions with a grower on another forum (& a few on Terra), we thought it would be a good idea to start a discussion thread on the Orchidioides - a place where we can share what works for each of us, what hasn't panned out, ideas to try, pics of our plants (setups, flowers and foliage), threads &/or websites & whatever else might turn up....so pretty much anything goes ... With some luck, we might even get some of the experienced growers to chime in ... It would also be interesting to know what species people are growing now (& have grown in the past).

    Travelogues:
    Fernando Rivadavia's searches for U. geminiloba
    Auyan Tepui
    Cerro Neblina
    Fernando & U. nelumbifolia
    U. humboldtii
    Fernando & U. nephrophylla (aka: U. reniformis)
    Fernando & U. reniformis
    More Fernando & U. reniformis
    CP Tour of South America
    Sebastian Vieira on a trip to find U. jamesoniana
    Martin Hingst finding U. campbelliana on Auyan Tepui
    Herr Fleischmann on Amuri Tepui w/ U. humboldtii (Insane pics!)
    Patrice Charpentier finding U. alpina on the slopes of Martinique & Guadeloupe
    Carlos Rohrbacher in Serra do Quirirí, in Santa Catarina State, southern Brazil - U. reniformis & others

    Growing:
    Pyro's tutorial
    ---Some updates to tutorial
    Belanger on U. asplundii & U. endresii (CPN)
    Wyman on U. jamesoniana (CPN)
    Schnell on U. humboldtii (CPN)
    Observations on two forms of U. reniformis (CPN)
    Belanger on U. nephrophylla (CPN)
    Yax on U. reniformis (CPN)
    U. humboldtii (Philcula & others)
    Tobias Kulig setup for growing U. campbelliana
    U. geminiloba flower
    U. campbelliana flower & setup pics by Matthias (CPUK)
    Highland setup pics with U. campbelliana growing on 2 media's by Marc S (CPUK)
    Barry Rice's faq -- Orchidioides & Epiphytic & emergent
    2008 Travis Wyman CPN article on growing Orchidioides
    Thread with info on growing U. mannii (& others)
    CPUK thread with growing info

    Here's the current list of section Orchidioides:

    U. alpina
    U. asplundii
    U. buntingiana (not in cultivation)
    U. campbelliana
    U. cornigera (split from U. reniformis)
    U. endresii
    U. geminiloba (was Iperua)
    U. humboldtii (was Iperua)
    U. jamesoniana
    U. nelumbifolia (was Iperua)
    U. nephrophylla (was Iperua)
    U. praetermissa
    U. quelchii
    U. reniformis (was Iperua)
    U. unifolia (extremely rare in cultivation)
    Last edited by RL7836; 04-16-2014 at 06:46 PM. Reason: Updated & added info
    All the best,
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    Nice compilation Ron, I'm hoping you had these bookmarked rather than having to search for each one of these...for your sake.

    Sticky would be of use...

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    edit: oops never mind, you already have it listed

    I follow the recommendations pyro made to me in the link you have listed as "Some updates to tutorial"
    with one addition.... I have found that most love to be fertilized

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    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    edit: oops never mind, you already have it listed

    I follow the recommendations pyro made to me in the link you have listed as "Some updates to tutorial"
    with one addition.... I have found that most love to be fertilized
    Aloha Butch,

    which ones have you tested and what fertilizer?

    mahalo,
    mtf

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    sticky icky icky!
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
    +growlist
    +petiolaris drosera going dormant?
    +picture thread

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    All those listed I have listed in the thread Ron has indexed as "Some updates to tutorial"... the only one that seems to act weird is U. endresii x U. alpina It seems to result in weird leaf growth with this hybrid.

    But Im not really sure.... it still looks sorta gnarly long after I stopped using it

    I use Maxsea (and monthyl trichoderma atrovirde)

    FWIW my souce of the 4x4x4 net baskets is http://www.petblvd.com/cgi-bin/pb/ES...?mv_pc=froogle

    Caveat, I am a total noob....
    Last edited by Av8tor1; 12-17-2010 at 11:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F R e N c H 3 z View Post
    Nice compilation Ron, I'm hoping you had these bookmarked rather than having to search for each one of these...for your sake.
    A little of both. There are at least a few more over on CPUK - some I have saved & others I'll need to search for - but I needed a rest ...

    I also debated whether the former Iperua section plants should be a separate thread but ultimately figured one thread isn't necessarily bad ...
    All the best,
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    SocietyStudies on the Flora of Northern South America-XIII. The Tate Collection from MountRoraima and VicinityAuthor(s): H. A. GleasonSource: Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, Vol. 56, No. 8 (Nov., 1929), pp. 391-408

    ......Orchyllium Campbellianum (Oliver) Gleason, new comb. (Utricularia Cam pbelliana Oliver) Rondon Camp, Mount Roraima, alt. 6900 feet: no. 514a. Although not named and described until 1886, the description was based upon plants collected on the upper slopes of Mount Roraima by Schomburgk many years earlier. The collections by Im Thurn in 1884, by McConnell and Quelch in 1894, and by Tate in 1927 were all from the upper slopes. This and 0. Quelchii appear clearly distinct, but they are very closely related; both have crimson corollas, a rare character in the genus Orchyllium.J. H. B. Orchyllium Quelchii Gleason, new comb. ( Utricularia Quelchii N. E. Brown) Summit of Mount Roraima: no. 375.

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    Location maps

    http://www.discoverlife.org/mp/20m?k...ria+humboldtii
    http://www.discoverlife.org/mp/20m?k...cularia+alpina
    http://www.discoverlife.org/mp/20m?k...laria+quelchii

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    I was immediately suspicious of the U. humboldtii map with that dot in the USA. A few clicks revealed that Henning von Schmeling's plant in the Chattahoochee Nature Center greenhouse gets credit for being a location. Beyond that being obviously bogus, I thought Henning gave up all of his CPs ....
    All the best,
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    This is a great thread. Thanks for making it!

    I just went through CP photofinder last night and looked at every species of Utricularia that was listed.

    A little bit off topic but I found a few species that were extremely intriguing to say the least.

    I understand that all the species mentioned above are in the Orchidioides group, but what group do these plants belong to?

    U. dunlopii



    U. capilliflora


    Again, sorry for being off topic.
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 12-18-2010 at 09:56 AM. Reason: Nomenclature adjustment - Orchidioides, not Orchioides
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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