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    Well, my u. reniformis has been growing in a tray under growlights. Then I stick it into a terrarium, and presto, it grew it's hair!



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    I think this explains why men who live in terrariums all their lives never go bald...
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    looks like its reproducing [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] that's pretty cool, i've never seen that before.

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    Hmm, looks like Utricularia underground stems(they dont have roots, just underground stems)
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    Thats rather freeky looking. So are those rolons coming off the lolon?
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    Yep, that is stolon growth. More than likely a result of the rapid jump in humidity from being transfered into the terrarium. This has happened to me numerous times with longifolia but I have never seen it with reni. Quite interesting
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