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    There flowers sure are Pingish!
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    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ Aug. 29 2004,6:20)]Pretty flower! What makes a Utric a Utric and a Genlisea a Genlisea? That should probably be a new topic, right?
    The anwser is very simple. Genlisea form rossetes, while bladderworts just make a clumps of leaves all over the place.
    Genlisea flowers are also different in structure. Genlisea also have proper rots which look like corcscrews--these are thier traps. They have no bladders.

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    I like the flowers.
    Looks like my Genlisea is starting a flower stalk, I can not wait.

    I do not think the Savage Garden refers to this. Do they self seed, or is a tiny paint brush in order?


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    I think they need polination but I`m not 100%
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    You will have a hard time finding a paintbrish small enough to do the job but yes, they need pollination. Only G. hispidula and G. aurea have set seed for me unassisted.
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    Is it really worth the trouble to collect seed? Or should I just take leaf cuttings to propagate?

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    I've done leaf cuttings. So far the ones that I took a few weeks ago have rooted and started new plants.
    I thought of trying to get seeds so I can send it out to people.


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    Hi guys,

    The traps are definitely different between Genlisea & Utrics, but watch out with the term stolons, which is usually applied to the underground stems. Most Utrics definitely have them, while only G.repens has stolons among Genlisea. The flowers of Genlisea I think are much more similar to those of Utrics however. Except the presence of 5 sepals, similar to Pings, and unlike Utrics that have 2.

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