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    The grouping with Utricularia is pretty solid, as far as I can tell, especially since U. westonii seems to be a "missing link".

    As well, there are quite a few annual utric species that grow as a simple rossette in the style of a Genlisea sp.

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    Sure, I realize this. I still miss tripping that name off my tongue though. Aw heck, lets just call her "Pink Petticoats" and irk the taxonomists, hee hee.

    Regarding the rosetted form in Utricularia: remember the case of my false Genlisea ID that turned out to be U. arenaria that came up in a pot from seed? That plant continues to maintain its rosetted habit, and I suspect that this may well be a common thing among seed grown Utricularia. I hope to have more positive experiencess with seed, and test the hypothesis.
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