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    Most of the time I am not overjoyed to see things which don't belong when I receive a plant.. Often I eliminate them. This one got lucky (as did I) as it was hiding in some moss and I missed it.. Now to isolate it for propagation ;>

    Not sure how unusual this color form is but it's new in my collection so that's a good thing!
    U. bisquamata white (preliminary id yet to be confirmed)

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    Are you sure you don't have this already? Looks alot like the bisquamata that I got from you last summer.

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    The regular U. bisquamata I have is a pale purple.. I think. This one is pure white (besides the yellow). Will have to take a look as the other is in flower now too. I also flowered the 'large form' from BC which is darker purple. This one came up in my clump of U. 'microcalyx'....

    Is yours in flower now Chris?
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    Mine has been flowering for about a month now.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/voodoolizard/Utric.jpg[/img]

    Sorry this is the best pic I could get, I don't have a real camera. The flowers are the same as the one in your pic, Pure white with yellow And very small.

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    Other than the color, it sure looks like U. bisquamata typical to me.
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    Thanks Chris,

    I looked out in the greenhouse at the other U. bisquamata I have shipped and all I could find was this.
    These guys orginally came as tagalongs with some vft, Drosera from Triffid Park. I am sure it is just a seed grown population and a mix of clones. So I would expect some variation. Overall they seem fairly pale.. boardering on white with a darker purple right in the center. Yours does appear a little different than the majority that I saw. It still looks a little pinkish to me but maybe thats the photo. The white one pictured is from a different source.
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