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    U. bisquamata?

    is that correct?
    Found growing in my S. psittacina

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    Yep.

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    Cool beans! Thank yoU!

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    Get rid of that stuff before it finds its way into every other Sarracenia pot you have. It should have been named U. kudzuensis.

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    LOL! It's a bit 'weedy'. Could be worse, though,.... could be U. subulata...

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    I wonder when this stuff is going to start showing up in natural areas......... it would seem like it's only a matter of time until some well meaning cp'ers inadvertantly introduce seeds into some of these places. All it takes is one seed stuck to a shoe or a camera strap to land in the right spot. I've seen photos of where this has happened with other weedy species such as D.capensis in some of the Darlingtonia locations.

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    From what I would guess, it would be pretty difficult to find a habitat where CPs would thrive, right? It would necessarily need to be where there already are CPs growing, and that would only be on the East or West Coast, I think. Or are there instances where CPs have become invasive where there previously were none? That would be really interesting.

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    I think it's pretty.. Is it going to hurt my CP

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