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    Hi,

    This past week I went looking for U.jamesoniana and happily found it. It was a nice experience I will write about soon but for now here is a picture for you all to enjoy.


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    CONGRATULATIONS!!! What a beautiful flower. I can only imagine your excitement at having found it in habitat at last. I look forward to your account of this with intense interest!!!
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    As do I! Wonderful photograph, you can definitly see the relation to U. asplundii
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    Very interesting flower, the long spur is pretty cool. Sorry for my ignorance but,what type of utric is this?
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    wow! I cant wait! give us mroe pics please!

    pondboy,
    its U.jamesoniana

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    I knew that! But what KIND of utric is it? You know is it epiphetic,aquatic,terestrial etc.
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    Looks epiphetic from the log in the background

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    Utricularia jamesoniana certainly is an epiphytic species. It is a member of the Orchidioides section which comprises other species such as U. asplundii, reniformis, nephrophylla, endressii, alpina, humboldtii, nelumbifolia, campbelliana, quelchii, praetermissa and several others.

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