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    i was looking over my pots last night and what do i discover: a lil tiny Utric lolon in the pot i planted the U. petertaylorii seeds in. *does a lil dance* granted there is a small chance it is from the seeds of one of my other Utrics but i have been quite religious on removing dead flowers well before seed pods ripen and have kept this pot a ways away from the other Utric pots so i think its a very slim chance.
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    *must see pictures* [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

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    dont think i could get the camera to focus on something that small. if it is the petertaylorii its an annual species so it will put on size fast i would think
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    Oh... well... in that case.... TRADE?!

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    Mine have recently germinated now that the weather has cooled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (rattler_mt @ May 25 2005,6:25)]i was looking over my pots last night and what do i discover: a lil tiny Utric lolon in the pot i planted the U. petertaylorii seeds in. *does a lil dance* granted there is a small chance it is from the seeds of one of my other Utrics but i have been quite religious on removing dead flowers well before seed pods ripen and have kept this pot a ways away from the other Utric pots so i think its a very slim chance.
    Peter Taylor, the namesake of the species, would be distraught at you using the term "lolon" to refer to the leaves!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (gardenofeden @ May 27 2005,9:00)]Peter Taylor, the namesake of the species, would be distraught at you using the term "lolon" to refer to the leaves!
    He certainly would. Here is what Taylor has to say in his monograph (page 8):
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    Quote[/b] ]Leaves.
    It seems reasonable to me that plants which have, in defiance of the general rule, no radicle or roots and no true cotyledons, may be allowed to have leaves which disobey the rules .... By calling them leaves a few difficulties do arise, but these are relatively unimportant in the context of the overall diversity and nonconforming nature of the vegetative morphology as a whole.
    There is an interesting discussion on the topic of Utricularia terminology on the CPUK Forum at
    http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=9789

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    souns great, I'm not much of an utric guy, unless they have big leaves, or traps, I get some when theyre being given away, but utrics mainly aren't my Thing
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