im getting some seed of U. petertaylorii by a stroke of luck, or maybe good timing and want to know how yah get them started? ive read Tamlins posts on live LFS slurrys but does this pertain to annual Aussie species to? any help appreciated but ill wing it if i have to.
before anyone askes U. petertaylorii was described by Allen Lowrie in 2002. its an annual species from the south-west of Western Australia. and thats all the info i can find.
its not on BobZ's photo finder or his wanted pic list either.............hmmmmmm interesting. i also just found out its from the dichotoma complex
You are correct. I did not have it listed. If you Google "petertaylorii" there are 5 results, but very little information. The ICPS Database lists U. petertaylorii. It is not in Taylor's monograph, having been described in Nuytsia in 2002 (after Taylor was published).
Does anyone have additional information on this new species?
this is what i was given by a grower over in Germany, probly a translation of the German page i found but cant read.
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Is this the link to that German page that you cannot read?
i believe so. Andreas Fleischmann is the one who gave me the info, so it must be it. man i need to get better at german [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]
aint that a slick piece of software.
I find Utricularia seed is not as complicated as people say. The limiting factour being seed age, as with any genus of plant the fresher the seed the better your odds of good germination.
I use a peat/perlite mix (your choice of mix will work as good as any) topped with peat in 3oz dixie cups, keeping water level at or slightly below soil level.
Here's a list of Utrics that I have started this way
U. bisquamata 02/02
U. longifolia 02/02
U. benthamii 03/03
U. beagleholei 'Hoppers crossing, Vic AU' -Sean Spence 02/04
U. dichotoma tuberous mix 'Jamieson, Vic AU' -Sean Spence 02/04
U. pentadactyla 12/04
Good luck with your seed,
thanks for the info. may i ask where you get ahold of your seed?